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St Nick pupils museum visit

PUBLISHED: 15:09 09 October 2008 | UPDATED: 11:57 03 July 2010

St Nicholas pupils visited the Time and Tide Museum

St Nicholas pupils visited the Time and Tide Museum

YEAR 5 pupils from St Nicholas Priory Junior School visited the Time and Tide Museum last Wednesday. Children enjoyed learning about Great Yarmouth's fishing history but weren't too keen on the smell! A fishing workshop allowed children to touch lots of historical artefacts.

YEAR 5 pupils from St Nicholas Priory Junior School visited the Time and Tide Museum last Wednesday. Children enjoyed learning about Great Yarmouth's fishing history but weren't too keen on the smell! A fishing workshop allowed children to touch lots of historical artefacts. While at the museum, children were introduced to the Second World War and the impact it had on Yarmouth. This is an area which will be studied later in the year. All children and teachers had a fun-filled day of learning at the museum.

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