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Southfields Community College, 23 November 2010

‘I think today it's been a great experience because we get to learn about the constitution of America and England and we get to see the difference and how we can improve it and how we can change it’ Shereba, 14 years old

 

St James Junior School- Outreach Session, 17 November 2010

‘Today we made up inventions and we wrote them down and we had a competition of whose was the best and mine was an extended arm’ Catherine, 9 years old

‘I think this lesson was really fun. First of all we got to talk about some of Benjamin Franklin's inventions and then we drew our own inventions and wrote a description about them and there was a competition and they chose two people who would win it’ Sian, 9 years old

 

Trevor Roberts School, 16 November 2010

Listen! Audio comment: Harry, 8 years old, "Today was amazing..."

‘Well my favourite part of the day was the lightning because Dr Franklin looked like he was being electrocuted’ Jack, 9 years old

 

St James Junior School, 9 November 2010

‘I loved the lighting experiment because it showed electricity, and electricity is cool ’ Mark, 9 years old

‘I liked the computer games. They were fun and hard’ Mick, 8 years old

‘I loved the lighting experiment. The electricity was dancing which I’ve never seen before. I don’t know why, but it was purple’ Redlinken, 9 years old

‘I found the lightning really amazing, it was like being in a real thunderstorm’ Lucie, 9 years old

 

Georgian Crafts- Girl Guides Group, 26 October 2010

‘It was fun and interesting’ Jana, 11 years old

‘The crafts were very fun and memorable. It's good we got to take them home’ Seona, 12 years old

 

Risley Avenue Primary School, 12 October 2010

‘Very nice. Learnt extra information about Benjamin Franklin ’ Jordan, 10 years old

‘I  liked the electricity experiment.’ Mohammad, 10 years old

‘I thought it was great and fun. I also liked Polly and her costume and the way she spoke’ Cosa, 10 years old

 

North London Home Educators, 6 July 2010

‘Quite good. Learnt a lot, quite cool being in the same rooms as BF’ Josh, 13 years old

‘Quite funny and enjoyable’ Charlotta, 13 years old

‘Good, very good. And funny’ Lucy, 10 years old

‘Brilliant, really good’ Jocco, 11 years old

It was really good, really nice fantastic. Liked the music’ Shamms, 12 years old

 

Festival of British Archaeology, 27 July 2010

Pink is my favourite colour and (Polly’s) dress is pink- Lilac, 5 years old

 

St Elizabeth's Primary School, 22 June 2010

It was excellent!- Tom, 9 years old

It was really interesting and really good fun!’- Megan, 9 years old

 

Georgian Sports Day, 1 June 2010

‘Electricity experiments were really amazing’ Sophia, 10 years old

‘It's been really fun!’ Malik, 10 years old

‘Very interesting!’ Ittadora, 9 years old

 

Surrey Square Juniors, 25 May 2010

‘It was a really good house and interesting house-very old house’ Meghan, 10 years old

‘It was really good fun’ Tomi, 10 years old

‘It was really brilliant’ Marrie, 10 years old

'I wish we could have stayed longer’ Tariq, 10 years old

 

St Dunstan's College, 11 May 2010

‘I liked the electricity and Mrs. Hewson’ Alexander, 10 years old

‘Good fun’ Gui, 10 years old

‘Lightning was amazing’ Lucy, 11 years old

'A fantastic and authentic experience’ Leon, 10 years old

 

Easter Week Craven Street Bones Activities, 6-13 April 2010

‘Scary, but was still fun’ Anna, 10 years old

‘Very fun and interesting’ Niyat, 13 years old

‘Really good- my favourite bit was the bones’ Imran, 13 years old

 

St. Thomas's School, Clapham, 24 February 2010

‘I didn't know that boys in the olden days had to wear tights’ Claire

‘I learnt a lot’ Barny

‘It was very interesting!’ Lexi

‘I felt really excited when I saw the lightning’ Lulu

‘I really like the key experiement’ Manuel

‘That was the best lesson I've ever had’ Cameron

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