On Tuesday 28th November, Year 4 visited the Verulamium Museum in St Albans. The trip was fantastic – we learnt about the importance of Verulamium in the history of Britain before exploring lots of Roman artefacts. Trying to work out what the Roman’s used things for was much more tricky that any of us had realised! Afterwards, we visited the Roman Gallery, finding out more information about Roman life in Britain. Finally we walked through the park to the remains of a Roman Hypocaust and Mosaic. The children were all a credit to Westfield and we would like to say thank you to all the adults who joined us.