Chesterfield primary school pupils create their own history museum - and it's amazing

Pupils at a Chesterfield primary school created their own history museum to showcase their work from the last term.

Wednesday, 10th April 2019, 11:29 am
Updated Wednesday, 10th April 2019, 11:44 am
Pictured are Darcie, eight and Lexi, nine with their exhibits.
Pictured are Darcie, eight and Lexi, nine with their exhibits.

Youngsters in all classes at Holme Hall Primary School, which has recently become an academy, presented their work to parents, family and members of the public at the Holmebrook Valley Family Centre on Monday and Tuesday.

MORE NEWS: Watch Derbyshire record-breaker Jack Reynolds' delight after he films scene for Hollyoaks for his 107th birthdayThey created information boards on the Great Fire of London in 1666, Ancient Greece and the Victorian era.

MORE NEWS: How to contact the police using 999 when you can't speakHead of school, Jackie Littlewood, said: “It was absolutely amazing. It was a celebration of their learning and having an audience really made them rise to the occasion.

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Pictured is Megan, six with her house from the Great Fire of London

“They were really, really enthusiastic and gave them a great sense of pride. We have had some good feedback from parents.”

Pictured is Lexi-Jane, seven.
Pictured is Erin, seven, with her house from the Great Fire of London.