Presentation on theme: "By Chelseigh and Chloe. Cane: the cane was often used at school if children didn’t behave in lessons and playtime. Boys were caned across their bottoms."— Presentation transcript:
Cane: the cane was often used at school if children didn’t behave in lessons and playtime. Boys were caned across their bottoms and girls across arms and bare legs. Dunces cap : in Victorian times punishment didn’t end in caning. If children didn’t behave they stood in the corner of the room and wore a big hat or arm band with a giant D on it.
A teaching Assistant played an out of tune piano whilst children copied arm and leg moves off the teacher.
Some playgrounds were on roofs of schools but mostly in a big yard outside of the school. Children played lots of games on the playground like…………… ……. hopscotch, football with the ball as a pigs bladder, skipping, blindman’s buff, spinning tops.