A GENERATION of palaeontologists are in the making at an infants school where creative youngsters designed an impressive dinosaur museum.
Giant Tyrannosaurus Rex and Brachiosaurus models, bones made of clay, sharp teeth and books about the ancient beasts are all the handiwork of year one children at Wallisdean Infants in Fareham.
The museum is the culmination of their half-termly topic on dinosaurs which has stretched across all areas of the curriculum including science, maths and English.
Samuel Holmes, five, said: ‘I have really enjoyed learning about dinosaurs. They are big and terrifying but they are extinct which is why they are so interesting.’