Pupils’ work displayed at Weston Museum

PUBLISHED: 14:00 13 April 2018

Museum learning and events officer Katherine Bell with teachers Mrs Harris and Miss Selwey and some of their pupils with the display.

Museum learning and events officer Katherine Bell with teachers Mrs Harris and Miss Selwey and some of their pupils with the display.


Excited children saw their hard work go on show for three weeks in Weston Museum.

Year two pupils from Uphill Primary School were invited to present their work to their families at the attraction in Burlington Street.

The topic of their project was entitled What Has Made The Greatest Difference and the children have predominately studied the Victorian period.

The two classes visited the museum on March 21 to 
present their findings to their families and showcase their class work.

Their pictures, photographs and written work were also displayed on a board in the museum for three weeks so pupils’ families could visit to see the exhibition.

Weston Museum has a schools and community display board which enables groups to exhibit their projects and information for free.

The pupils were delighted to see their work on show.

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