SEAFORD: Pupils check out the Tudors

Some of the youngsters who took part in the event
Some of the youngsters who took part in the event

PUPILS from Chyngton School dressed up in costume for a visit to the Anne of Cleeves museum in Lewes.

The Year Five children learnt about how a Tudor kitchen was organised and how it was different from a modern one. During the visit they also made herb bags and pomanders.

Later the story of Henry VIII was brought alive by the pupils dressing up as the king, his six wives and other people relevant to that era.