Are you thinking of making your own museum in class?
Making a Museum in Class
Or maybe you’ve found a dinosaur bone in your sandtray and need help working out what to do with it?
Or maybe you’re wondering how Victorians washed their clothes?
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do you know the name of the headmaster at campie primary 1952 onwards
I will find out and get back to you!
Musselburgh Museum and Heritage Group were able to give me this information about the headteacher at Campie:
Mr. McPhail was HT at Campie in 1952 (from when we are not sure)
Mr. McP was replaced in 1956/57 – when Fisherrow Primary School closed – by Mr. Tom Bird (formerly HT at Fisherrow)
Mr. Bird was replaced in 19?? by Mr. John Stirling.
Thanks for your help,the information is to help my grandsons project at school,
Could you please come to Innerwick Primary School on Wednesday 13th March 2013 and help us to create a Viking museum in the classroom? We would like to know how to set out the information and artefacts as well as finding fun things like games to share with people that come in.
I’d love to come and help you create a Viking Museum! It would suit me to come after your morning break.
Before I come, could you have a think about your favourite museums, and why they are your favourite? That’ll help us to make your museum amazing!
You might also like this Viking game: http://www.nms.ac.uk/kids/games_and_adventures/vikings_training_school.aspx
See you on Wednesday 13th March!
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