Workhouse Investigation for History Students
A group of A Level History students from SJT traveled to Southwell, Nottinghamshire, yesterday to visit The Workhouse as part of their work on Poverty, Public Health and the State. During their visit, they received an expertly guided tour, gaining an insight into the management of and life within a nineteenth century workhouse along the way, before conducting an evidence-based workshop, which investigated whether Southwell Workhouse was a cruel place. Students were praised by the Workhouse staff for their excellent conduct as well as their analytical skills.
Posted by marchesadmin on 6th July 2016, under Uncategorized
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