The Year 6’s had a great morning learning about Charles Dickens’ life and his work in the house he used to live in! They sought specific information to answer questions as they toured the museum and sketched some of the exhibits. It was a fantastic representation of Victorian life and highlighted the differences between the way wealthy and poor people lived in those times.
“I liked the laundry room with the copper.” Tayto Joshua
“I liked the spice racks and seeing all the kinds of food people ate in those days.” Azure
“I found Dickens’ work and how he lived his life extremely inspiring.” Oscar
“I thought that Charles Dickens was really creative and clever to have dressed up as his characters and acted as if he was one of them in front of a mirror.” Arlo