Following on from last year’s successes in the University of Leicester’s Artefact to Art competition, pupils in Year 7-9 Latin have been busy creating their own artistic re-interpretations of artefacts from Roman Britain. The competition allows pupils to submit poetry, short stories or art. As well as some very fine creative writing, some exceptional pieces of art have been created. These include shields, mosaics, statues, jewellery, a dress, a bronze mirror, pottery, a model farm and house, and a working Roman watermill. Little wonder that the response of the organiser of the competition was “WOW!”.