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W hat teachers and students say 2011

 

Central Park Primary, 13 December 2011

‘I enjoyed meeting Polly. She showed us the feather pen’ Ayishal, 8 years old

‘My favourite part was when we met Polly and we went to see all the different rooms’ Bartok, 8 years old

‘My favourite room was the game room’ Anissa, 8 years old

‘I think it was good when we learnt about electricity’ Lotvia, 8 years old

‘I think today has been a great day because I had so much fun when I was dressing up as a skeleton’ Ali, 8years old

Ihsan Home Schoolers, 29 November 2011

‘"My favourite part was where we saw the lightning, it was really cool"’ Yusof, 7 years old Hear this quote

Coteford Primary School, 1 November 2011

‘Um I...I liked all of it!’ Amy, 9 years old

Outreach to Holt Home Schooling Group, London, 30 September 2011

‘I thought the workshop was really good. It was fun designing my own design’ Sam, 10 years old

‘I thought the workshop was really good. I liked the bit where everyone made their own inventions’ Daisy, 6 years old

‘I thought the workshop was really interesting because you got to learn about Benjamin Franklin. I hope I get to visit Benjamin Franklin House. It was really cool making our own inventions, maybe o ne day some of us will make them’ Rosie, 12 years old

‘I thought the work shop was really good because it inspired me to do inventing’ Hannah, 9 years old

 

Outreach to Risley Avenue Primary (IntoUniversity Haringey)

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Outreach to Middle Row Primary

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Stockwell Primary School, Lambeth, London, 24 May 2011

‘I liked the games because they were educational and they were fun and I learnt lots of interesting things and they ask you interesting questions’ Benjamin, 8 years old

‘I thought her dress sense was really classy’ Tana, 9 years old

‘I liked her dress because it looked liked it was ripped and some string was coming out and it was really like it would have been 300 years ago’ Aisah, 9 years old

‘What I liked the most was the games and how fun it was and Polly when she was explaining about Doctor Benjamin Franklin and the house is very spooky but is very cool’ Nathaniel, 9 years old

‘My favourite part of the house is where they cook because it's quite different from where we cook in these new ages’ Talluah, 8 years old

‘My favourite part of the house was when we saw the thunder in the church upstairs’ Christina, 10 years old

 

St Thomas's Primary, Lambeth, London, 29 March 2011

‘I thought it was good and it's nice being here. I had so much fun meeting Polly and seeing what the rooms were like and learning about Doctor Franklin’ Samiah, 8 years old

‘I liked the part after the computer games where we had to dress up as different people’ Amy, 8 years old

 

Risley Avenue Primary School, Haringey, London, 29 March 2011

‘My favourite thing about today was the Armonica and the Games’ Sedar, 10 years old

‘My favourite part was when we were dressing up and playing the game and when Polly was telling the story’ Kyle, 10 years old

Gayhurst Community School, Hackney, London, 15 February 2011

‘I really liked it when Polly was comparing the modern world to the eighteenth century and I liked that Benjamin Franklin had some weird hobbies’ Rowan, 9 years old

‘I liked when we had to put the body parts on ourselves and saw the skeleton and all the bones.I learnt that Benjamin Franklin invented the Glass Armonica. I'd like to learn more about Benjamin Franklin when I go back to school’ Chantelle, 10 years old

‘I really liked the bit where we went to see the lightning rod and it was really noisy and fun to see.I learnt how lightning works and how Benjamin Franklin lived’ Frank, 10 years old

‘I liked when we were playing the games on the computer, where you had to cut some bones and wash some clothes and it was fun. Meeting Polly was really fun and I learnt today that Benjamin Franklin invented more stuff than I knew’ Jayden, 10 years old

‘I found the Air Bath thing funny and I think that Polly exaggerated a lot, which I found funny. I found it really funny when she said that we'd come back into the past and that we have pens instead of quills. I liked that he invented the Glass Armonica thing’ Joseph, 10 years old

‘I've enjoyed meeting Polly and playing the games and I've learnt the many things that Benjamin Franklin became, such as a scientist and I found the Air Bath funny’ Michael, 10 years old

 

Soho Parish School, Westminster, London, 1 February 2011

‘My favourite part was when we went on the computers’ Hannah, 7 years old

My favouite part was meeting Polly’ Elisa, 8 years old

My favourite part was when we were dressing up’ Edward, 8 years old

 

Gayhurst Community School, Hackney, London, 25 January 2011

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TASIS: The American School in England, Surrey, 18 January 2011

"I like this house because it's really old and because there are really cool things to do" Meg, 10 years old

"My favourite invention was the lightning rod because it saved thousands, maybe even millions, of lives" Yuri, 9 years old

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