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Black Country Museum - June 2017

On Thursday 8th June the Year 5 and 6 went to visit the Black Country Living Museum to discover how people lived during the Victorian Era.

The children were able to explore 50 different shops, houses and workshops providing a genuine reflection of life in Victorian times.  This included; a miners' cottage, sweet shop, pharmacy, bakery, chain makers and a chapel.

A trip down the mine and lesson in the school room also allowed the children to understand and appreciate how life was very different over 100 years ago.







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