Year 9 pupils are currently learning about the suffragette movement before World War One. They are undertaking a project where they choose from a range of different tasks to build their own learning. One group came up with their own task – to recreate a Suffragette march!
Abbot’s Hill School reverberated with chants of “Votes for Women” and “Deeds, not words” during today’s morning break. Luckily the Civil Disobedience of breaking windows was only recreated with stones made of paper!
Mr Slater, Head of History, was very impressed with the pupils’ creativity and enthusiasm.