Class Act: Meet the time-travelling pupils at Hempsted
PUPILS have gone back in time to explore a number of historic events.
Year six pupils from Hempsted CofE Primary School have been busy looking at Britain through the 1930s. Each pupil had to choose an item ranging from televisions to hairstyles and explore how it changed as society moved on.
Teacher Jackie Holland said: "One of the activities they had to do was build a shelter as people did in the war. They had to make it waterproof and make a so-called bomb which they had to throw onto their building."
Each pupil then had to do a personal project at home and shared with the class.
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Year 6 pupil Tieti Lumakangilu said: "I choose to look at glasses. It is amazing to look at the how they changed especially the shape of them."
Amy Lovell said: "I looked at fashion and dresses and how they have changed. I would say it is because people look at what is on television and copy celebrities and what the trend is."
At the end of term the year six pupils will show case their work at an assembly.
Mia Carter: "My project looked at televisions. I used to have a really old one, which we had to throw away because it was broken."
Alex Stewart: "My project was about the change in hairstyles. They used to have really big hair, but they seem to change a lot."
Mrs Holland said: "The pupils have come up with some great ideas for this history term and we are all looking forward to the assembly."