Victorian Classroom Drama

As part of our topic we have been looking at what life would have been like for a Victorian child. Today we looked at what it would have been like for a child who was fortunate enough to go to school in the Victorian days. First off we discussed a typical day at school including handwriting, sums and needle work for girls or construction for boys.

We then split into groups and created a drama piece which showed how different lessons or situations would have happened in a Victorian classroom.

Handwriting:

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Science lesson:

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Playtime:

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Maths lesson:

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Children who fidget:

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