1 October 2020

While lockdown sadly prevented the usual first year summer term trip to see the remains of the Roman palace at Fishbourne, this did not seem to impair the creative instincts of the boys, who produced an impressive range of mosaics and models, inspired by the palace and constructed of materials including shells, stones, pebbles, card and porcelain.

Samuel Price in the Second Year received a Head’s Praise for his copy of one of the panels featuring a peacock from a floor dedicated to different birds at Italica in Spain, birthplace of the emperors Trajan and Hadrian.

Head of Department’s Praises went to Josh Bromley (for his seahorse), Elliot Liddle (for his seahorse), Ben Byrne (for his model of Fishbourne Palace), and George Blumfield (for his dog).

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