Victorian Times

Last Monday, the Lower Juniors went back in time and experienced a day in the life of a Victorian child. Children were met by their teachers but there was something a little bit different about them! Equally, the classrooms were decorated with portraits of Queen Victoria and lessons were very different than normal…

So, what did you think?

What did you enjoy about life in Victorian Times? What didn’t you enjoy?

What else would you like to find out about Victorian Times?

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8 Responses to Victorian Times

  1. Paige S says:

    I remember when me and all the year 6 had to become a Victorian for a day! Although it was a fun experience ,I don’t think I could be a Victorian school girl full time! 🙂

  2. Mr Phillips says:

    I remember dressing up like a Victorian for the day, it was great fun! I hope you all enjoyed it?

  3. Ellen W says:

    I remember doing this a couple of years ago . It was a great experience to find out what the Victorians would have done back then . If I could go back in time and do it again ? I would take in more information and maybe compare the times together and work out what has changed .

  4. Alice C says:

    Wow! I remember like it was yesterday I was in the role of a Victorian School Girl! I really enjoyed my day although it may of been different to my normal school routine. Did anybody have to go to the bathroom to scrub their nails? I did!

    I hope you enjoyed your day! 🙂

  5. Lucie G says:

    I remember one week ago when I dressed up as a Victorian. Also the teachers was realy stricked because they were being Victorian like!

  6. Alice N says:

    I really enjoyed my day at Victorian school. I am quite surprised that the sewing was my favourite lesson because usually I don’t have the patience! We made handkerchiefs with our initials on it and I carefully used backstitch to fill in my A. Also, I got really tense when we did the hand inspection because my fingernails were slightly dirty! Luckily, Miss Trim, Mrs Thomas, Mrs Phillips and Mr Burn didn’t notice.I am really glad that I go to Hordle primary school and live in Hampshire, not in Victorian London! I feel that this has prepared me for our visit to Lord Montague’s Manor House in Beaulieu on Monday!:-) 😉

  7. Emily A says:

    I remember doing that a few years ago. Did you find it exciting or frightening?;-)

  8. Imogen C says:

    I really enjoyed when we went to the Victorian place you got to find out lots about the era! I loved what the place looked beautiful, I am ever so happy that my teachers chose that wonderful school trip!!!

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