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Virtual Museums: When you can't go to the museum make your own!

As part of our virtual school experience, many of our History students spent time looking for museum-worthy pieces in their own homes and have put them on display.

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  • rosary
  • badges and hat
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  • The complete works of William Shakespeare 150 years old
  • Japanese sword

What started out as a fun History challenge turned into a truly awe-inspiring collection of artefacts that could compete with those in museums. Students took photographs of their pieces and wrote a description of what it was, how old it was and how it came to be in their families.

Further discussions about their entries provided backstories about heirloom jewellery that was over 100 years old, pottery surviving WWI and WWII, and original copies of rare books to name just a few. Here are some of the interesting artefacts that were submitted.

Kari Ellis
Assistant Head Pastoral / KS3&4 Humanities