Black Country Musem 25th March 2020 Yr 8
The History Department would like to offer all year 8 students the chance to spend time away from the classroom on a day trip to the Black Country Living Museum. This will expand and deepen their understanding in their upcoming unit on the Industrial Revolution, particularly as we look at the impact of this on Birmingham.
The Black Country Living Museum offers a unique look into Birmingham history during the Industrial Revolution. The museum houses reconstructed houses, shops and industrial areas to show the local history. Students will have a chance to learn about how steam power, human ingenuity and an increasingly interconnected world transformed Birmingham into a manufacturing powerhouse. The museum also has a number of historical characters who will be able to tell the students stories about what it was really like at the time.
Lead member of staff
Ms A Norris
Due to the nature of the activities on the trip, boys should wear their school uniforms on the trip and bring a packed lunch with them. Students can order a packed lunch from the school kitchen if they wish to do so. The order must be received by the kitchen by 11.00am the day before the activity is due to take place and can be collected from the kitchen from 8.30am the next day. The options and prices available can be found on the school web site in the Parents’ section/Trips info, Letters & Consent Forms..
If you wish your son to participate in this trip, please return the consent slip (at the end of this letter) by March 3rd 2020. Once the consent slip has been returned to Ms Norris or your sons History teacher details for payment via Parent Pay will be sent out.
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