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The Iron Age
Around 800 BC people in Britain learned how to use iron. This discovery had a dramatic impact on everyday life. Iron tools made farming much easier than before and settlements grew in size. During the Iron Age, the Celtic people spread out across Europe and many settled in Britain. The ancient Britons followed a Celtic way of life. They produced fine metalwork and enjoyed feasting, music and poetry.
We need to help Bear Grylls survive in the Iron Age. Find out information about how people lived and survived in the Iron Age to meet his challenge!
A study of Skara Brae.
In history we are learning all about the Stone Age and the role of archaeologists in helping us understand what like was like in the Stone Age.
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We can't wait to see the posters that you make, sharing all your knowledge of Skara Brae.
Mrs Kirby and Mrs Smith