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Old Days: Students from Drummond Primary
School dress to experience life at the turn of the
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in January. Photo: MARY WITSEY 627415830
What: Drummond Primary School 125th
Also involve: The now defunct Oreti and
When: January 19 and 20
How many: More than 300 people have
Students from Drummond Primary School
took a trip back in time last week in
preparation for the school's 125th celebra-
Dressed in period costume, the whole
school entered into the spirit of the day and
put their learning into action making
vintage toys, trying their hand at some
good old fashioned hand sewing and
Teachers from the school also got into the
spirit of the day, dressed in costume and
ran their classrooms how they might have
done at the turn of the century.
The culmination of months of study
looking at the past and the present, the
children have learned about everything
from changes in technology, to music and
dance, and the differences in rural life now
It all leads into the 125th celebrations in
January, according to senior room teacher
''The children's study has gone right
across the curriculum really and much of
what the children have learned will go on
display at the school for the celebrations.
''We will turn our assembly room into a
museum, including children's art work,
music, models, and research they've
completed with power point and using
The children had enjoyed the study and got
a lot out of it, he said.
''The students have gained an appreciation
of what their grandparents went through
and how easy things are for them today.
''They've gained an understanding of the
impact technology has made on their lives,
but also how much busier their lives are
Mr Dunn said the inquiry had also
involved the community as well.
''There have been people coming in to talk
to the children about the past -- it's been
good to have that link between the
community and the school.''
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