Fyling Hall’s Year 9 have been playing Inspector Fyling of the Stackyard investigates! They studied Victorian crime and policing, focusing especially on the notorious “Jack the Ripper” case, and are now completing their reports!
This exercise has helped them to gain a deeper insight into the wider historical context of Victorian social problems, and the conditions of the poor. It also enabled them to practice a number of important history skills. These include selecting and applying knowledge accurately and relevantly, organising information, and ensuring work is fluently written, clearly explained and properly structured. This will allow them to access the higher levels of key stages 3 and 4 in history.
Very well inspected, Inspector Fyling of the Stackyard!