The annual Medieval Day at the Bellarine Campus was held recently. The students donned Medieval attire as part of their History studies as they immersed themselves in Medieval life.
A feast is held over lunchtime with even the king (Head of Bellarine Campus Scott Ellis) joining in and sitting at the head of the table. Peasants, knights, lords and other nobility enjoyed a catered roast and activities such as chess, juggling and archery that were all a part of medieval life.
All involved in the day had a fantastic time with one of the Year 8 students saying 'It's a great day and really enjoyable to be with friends and get an insight into what it would've been like in Medieval times'. The ten-year Medieval Day tradition is set to continue with it always being a great success.
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