The Victorian Schoolroom
Site: Armley Mills
A member of staff or freelancer leads this activity.
The Schoolroom brings history to life at the Armley Mill Industrial Museum by allowing classes to experience Victorian or 1940’s lessons in role. The Victorian schoolroom session gives pupils the opportunity to explore the timetable of a typical school of the School Board era 1870-1901. In an authentic classroom pupils follow a timetable based on the 3 R’s under the watchful eye of the school “ma’am”.
These sessions are run by Education Leeds and Artemis, the School's Loans Service. For more information contact the Victorian Schoolroom at Armley Mills on 0113 3783177 or visit Artemis on the Education Leeds website.
History: What was it like for children living in Victorian Britain or during the Second World War? How did life change in our locality in Victorian times? What was it like to live here in the past?
Maximum numbers: Class of 30