ARCHAEOLOGIST Howard Carter and Hatshepsut, the first female pharoah, visited Almondbury Junior School.
Year 4 pupils enjoyed a trip to Ancient Egypt during a themed history day.
They dressed as archaelogists and took part in a range of craft activities.
They also carried out their own archaeological dig to excavate replica artefacts.
Pupils were also able to crawl into a tomb, experiencing the thrill of discovering Tutankhamun's mummy for themselves.
The day was completed with the visit from Howard Carter, who discovered King Tut's tomb in The Valley of the Kings at Luxor in November, 1922, and Hatshepsut, both of whom were questioned by the children.