St Joseph’s Toy Museum

Year 1 pupils have been studying Toys in their History lessons. The topic culminated in the setting up and running of a Toy Museum. We set up exhibits featuring toys our grandparents may have had, toys our parents may have had and toys from the present. The children created leaflets, worked in the café, gave guided tours, took entrance money and assisted in the interactive play area of the museum. The children were able to talk about and describe toys from the past and present.

Due to current circumstances we are unable to visit museums so it was fun and exciting to be able to have our own experience of a museum here at St Joseph’s.

Mrs Harradence

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