Olsen House Bluebird class visited the fantastic Museum of Liverpool on Friday 9th November.
The museum staff were very welcoming and friendly in the WW1 exhibition, which was the focus of the trip. The introduction video was “Quite gruesome and informative,” said one of the young people who thoroughly enjoyed it! There were many WW1 exhibits including the uniform and guns which the young people were very interested in – especially the younger ones. Everyone enjoyed the steam train and one young people claimed that the steam train video was ‘Delicious!’
All of the young people used the interactive exhibits. Those in Key stage 2 spent time building a fantastic tramway, whilst an older Key stage 4 young person contributed a note to the LGBGT wall dedicated to a friend from a previous school.
All decided the Museum of Liverpool is well worth a visit and one even said that the trams were” the most exciting things he had seen!”