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