Year 8 students visit the prehistoric archaeological sites of Atapuerca
Summer is approaching and our students enjoy their well-deserved end-of-year trips. This is the case of Year 8, which in the past few days, had the opportunity to visit one of the jewels of the national historical and cultural heritage: the archaeological site of Atapuerca.
Our Secondary children learned a lot because these caves contain fossil and archeological remains of a million and a half years old, which provide us with invaluable information about the life and appearance of our ancestors.
They also visited the city of Burgos and its cathedral, as well as other points of cultural interest such as Sahagún and its Romanesque-Mudejar style buildings, the Roman villa of Olmeda, the Archaeological Museum of Saldaña or the Museum of Human Evolution.
We hope you have enjoyed this trip to the fullest!