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On Tuesday 17th April, Willow Class presented their class assembly, focusing on their topic work on The Victorians.
The presentation started appropriately with Queen Victoria's coronation in a dance performance that the children have been working on.
Then they looked at social conditions, the workhouse (with a rousing rendition of 'Food, Glorious Food!') and the work of Dr Bernardo.
The Victorian era was one of many inventions. We found out about electricity and the railways, with particular focus on the impact on Swindon. The children re-enacted the debate about whether the railway would be good for the area.
Finally we looked at some portraits that the children had painted of Queen Victorian.
As well as being packed with information, the assembly was very confidently presented. Well done to Willow Class, Miss Hughes and Mrs Rew for putting putting together the assembly.