Museum created by Broad Chalke children

Salisbury Journal: Museum created by Broad Chalke children Museum created by Broad Chalke children

A MUSEUM with a wide range of exhibits was created by children at Broad Chalke Primary School on Wednesday.

Pupils in years 4 and 4 transformed the school hall with displays on aviation, board sports, cars, crystals, Egyptians, Edwardians, fashion, fossils, animals, red Indians and volcanoes.

They created a floor plan, manned stalls and came up with interactive exhibits before inviting their families into school to enjoy their work and explain what they had done.

Teacher Rebecca Eyres said: “It was great pupil-led learning. They really enjoyed it and I and the other teachers involved were delighted with the teamwork shown.”


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