Castle­ton Pri­mary pupils take a trip back in time to the Vic­to­rian era

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Jonathan Ged­des

Castle­ton Pri­mary pupils were re­cently go­ing on a trip in time.

The pri­mary six pupils were re­search­ing the Vic­to­rian era.

And they in­vited par­ents, fam­ily mem­bers and car­ers along to help them look back over the time pe­riod.

There was even a tasty sur­prise for the adults, too.

A school spokes­woman praised the young­sters at the Castlemilk school for re­search­ing the topic so thor­oughly.

She said: “P6K and P6O from Castle­ton Pri­mary School in Castlemilk worked ex­tremely hard on re­search­ing the Vic­to­rian Era.

“They have cov­ered many ar­eas in­clud­ing the life and times of Queen Vic­to­ria her­self, fa­mous Vic­to­ri­ans, ed­u­ca­tion, the health scare and the mill chal­lenge to name but a few of the im­por­tant sec­tions of the topic.

“The chil­dren have pro­duced a Vic­to­rian Di­ary, a Vic­to­rian Fact­file Jotter and a model of a Vic­to­rian bed­room us­ing a shoe­box and craft ma­te­rial to rep­re­sent the in­te­rior de­sign and style of the time.

“They in­vited their par­ents in to school as part of an ex­hi­bi­tion, where they dis­played all their ef­forts through vis­ual and ICT pre­sen­ta­tions and made them Em­pire Bis­cuits as a spe­cial sur­prise and treat.

“Well done to all in pri­mary six.”


Young­sters showed off their work

Back In Time Castle­ton Pri­mary pupils at their Vic­to­rian pro­ject

Hard Work­ers Castle­ton pupils

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