Published: 00:00, 10 April 2014 |
Updated: 10:10, 10 April 2014
There were street urchins and housemaids galore as Briary Primary School children stepped back in time for a play.
The theme of the middle years production was the Victorians and it featured 120 pupils from Year 2 and Year 3 showing their enterprise and gumption.
Year 3 teacher Margaret Huxley said: “It was a Victorian adventure. The children went back in time to track down the great-great-grandmother of one of the children.
“They encountered all the different scenes of Victorian life, with orphanages, schools, workhouses and factories.”
Ms Huxley said: “It went really well and the children and parents really enjoyed it.”
For the full story and pictures, pick up a copy of this week's Herne Bay Gazette (pages 14-15).
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