Year 6 have spent a term on their topic which is: ‘Mining in Victorian Times’.
We knew our work was going to be shown so we did it to the best of our ability. It opened on Monday 11th January. All of year 6 walked up to the Cornish Studies Library. The Deputy Mayor was there to greet us like a proper opening he cut a red ribbon, held by Martha and Dylan . Once it was cut, there was applause from the year 6 teachers and children, the mayor and the Cornish Studies staff.
After it was opened, the Year 6 children went to look around with a buzz in the air. You could hear “this was my work” also “this looks better now its backed”.
Then it was over and the noise died down to walking whispers to walk back to the school in the rain! We’re all still excited about the public seeing our beautiful work.
The Cornish Studies Library Exhibition finishes on Friday 23rd January. We hope the public, friends and family will enjoy our excellent books, models, noughts & crosses and of course our work. Enjoy!
Written by Jocasta , 6J