On Tuesday 5th June, Year Three visited Birmingham. First, we went to Singers Hill Synagogue, which was amazing! We learnt lots about Jewish life and why a synagogue is such a special place. After that, we had a walk through Birmingham city centre and some of us were really surprised at how different it is to Bomere Heath and Shrewsbury. Lastly, we visited Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery to take part in an Anglo-Saxon archaeology workshop. We found out about the Staffordshire Hoard and took part in some archaeological activities, such as soil testing, metal detecting and cleaning artefacts. In the words of Leon, the day got a “five out of five star” review!