19th October 2020 | barneywolstenholme In Team 3, we have been learning about the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron age this year in Wider Curriculum. Recently we have been learning particularly about Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire. Nobody knows exactly how or why it was constructed, but it was probably used for worship. At the end of our learning journey, we built models of Stonehenge using clay and toothpicks. Each student made their own trilithon, which means a structure made from three stones. Most of us found it challenging cutting our piece of clay into three parts, then shaping it and then sticking it together using water, but after practising, every student had something to show for their efforts that they could be proud of.