We had a fantastic time learning all about what school life was like in Victorian times. We made sure we did lots of the 3 ‘R’s in the morning – Reading (reading round the room Treasure Island), Writing (Copperplate writing on chalk boards and spellings) and Arithmetic (rote times tables and very hard money problems) as well as Religious Studies and a fascinating object lesson.
In the afternoon we split into boys and girls groups and looked at D&T areas.
Tell us what you thought of the day.
‘I am a free human being with an independent will’ JANE EYRE In 1816 on the 21st April one the greatest Victorian authors was born.. Charlotte Brontë was the third of six children and lived a very happy childhood. In … Continue reading →
If you were a Victorian rich woman would you wear something like this?
Bare in mind that if you were a Victorian rich woman ; then underneath your dress would be a wire base making it more puffy and your waist more slim. This was all for how the public saw the rich(basically the royal family.)