Bolton School Infants

Y2 Enjoy Victorian Seaside Workshop

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Y2 Infants at Bolton School had a Victorian seaside workshop today.

Girls and boys learned about holidays in the past and how Blackpool was the best place to go. They used props from the time and had a go at putting up a deckchair, which they found out is not as easy as it looks!

The children discovered facts about Victorian holidays and learned about penny licks and bathing machines before enjoying an amazing Punch and Judy show which made them giggle!

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