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From Edison to Bell, Brunel to Nobel – Year Six History Project Sharing Morning

Friday 26 May 2017

This term, Year Six have been studying The Victorians in their history lessons. They have looked at the life of the Queen and written role plays to sell a typical Victorian house to wealthy families. For their independent project this term, pupils have researched an inventor from the Victorian period.

On Wednesday the pupils had the opportunity to share their work with their families and their peers. They were asked to consider how the inventions would have influenced Victorian society and if the inventions are still relevant today. The pupils showed creativity and perseverance to produce a range of projects in a variety of ways. An excellent event to share our learning – thanks to all who attended.

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