This week, we have been learning about Oliver Twist. The students discussed what life was like in the workhouse and investigated the language used from a book written in the 19th century. Not only does this Charles Dickens’ classic leave an indelible impression on young minds, but it can also highlight some important life lessons.


The year six independent writing reflected these life lessons when focusing on the chapter when Oliver asks the workhouse master for some more food.



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