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History of the World

October 18, 2010

This morning in assembly Mr Gillam talked to us about the BBC’s History of the World in 100 Objects project. He showed us pictures of an old penny coin from 1903 that had “Votes for Women” stamped across the back. He also showed us a video clip from another school who have been collecting their own examples of historical objects that tell a story.

He asked us to think if we have any interesting objects at home that would provide information to historians and then to bring them in to school so that they can be considered for inclusion in the BBC’s project.

If you do have any interesting objects at home. Let us know by leaving a comment over Half Term and then bring them in when you return to school.

 

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