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A Victorian Christmas @ the Ryedale Folk Museum

Friday 25th November saw the whole school set off into the wilds of the North York Moors National Park (well, Hutton-le-Hole!) in search of a Victorian Christmas Experience (a trip fully funded by FoLS!). Ava-Lily and Olivia tell us about the day…

“On Friday 25th November, the whole of Langton School went to Ryedale Folk Museum. We set off at 9.15am because it took 40 minutes to get there. We arrived at 10.00am and we discussed what activities we were going to do with the owner of the museum. We then got split into our four house teams, which are; Turner, Boyes, Hill and Howard-Vyse. Then we all walked down to the main hall to put our packed lunches down so we didn’t have to carry them everywhere. The four activities that we did were parlour games, making Victorian Christmas cards, making Christmas crackers and making Christmas decorations. We had 40 minutes on each activity. We did two activities before lunch and two after lunch. After we had done all four of the activities, we walked back to the main hall to collect all of our belongings. Before we went back, we  said a big thank you to all of the staff. Then we walked down to the bus and went back to school. We all had a great time.”