See Winchester through the eyes of a childA display of colourful and creative work by Year 5 and Year 6 children from Indigo Class at Winnall Primary School has gone on display at the City Museum in The Square.
The children’s project for the term was to investigate
The children also went out-and-about to explore the city to learn and gather inspiration for their project. They visited landmarks such as the Buttercross and also walked through the water meadows, where John Keats received inspiration to write his ode ‘To Autumn’.
Cllr Patricia Stallard, Portfolio Holder for Heritage, Culture and Sport, added: “I was thrilled to see that the children at Winnall School had been inspired to investigate the history of their city in their work this term. The resulting display clearly shows that they have learnt a great deal about
Vicky Cromwell, Indigo class teacher from Winnall Primary School, commented: “The theme has been incredibly successful. Many of the children did not know the wonders that
During November and December, the City Museum is open from 10am-4pm Mon-Fri and noon-4pm on Sundays. No booking is required and admission is free.