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Trip Really Takes the Biscuit for Years Five and Six

 

 

Both classes took part in a workshop learning about Huntley and Palmer, a company that became world famous during the Victorian era.   Huntley and Palmer is a fantastic example of the role business played in the development of towns during the Industrial Revolution.

 

The children really enjoyed seeing the production of biscuits on original film and the wide variety of biscuit tins they produced. 

 

The museum also boasts a replica of the Bayeux Tapestry and the children set about finding Haley's comet. 

 

The children had an extremely interesting, informative day and displayed their usual exemplary behaviour throughout their visit. A highlight for some was the addition of television cameras at the museum which were showing the breaking news that the original Bayeux tapestry is possibly visiting the UK.

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