I woke up and I was excited! I had my breakfast. I got dressed and lumbered to school. I arrived at school 8:45. We set of. I was on Rachels (Miss Chilton) and Miss Austick bus. We’re hear! I thought it took all day because it took ages. As soon as we arrived we were almost lost , but luckily a lady from The Victoria Primary school showed where we go to sign in.
We went inside and met are instructor named Officer. He put us into groups and my group leader was Miss Austick. We had to solve a murder case because there was a man, who got hit on a head. Oliver pretended to be a Victorian police officer called Albert. He even held all off the things real Victorian officers had wooden handcuffs. We got set into four groups to look at evidence and try to decide who it might be. We went round to an iron monger and we had a read if the text. Next, we went to Mrs Scrubbit the washer woman and she was one of the main suspects because she chased the victim with a peg. After that, we went to the pawnbrokers who sells things that he has bought. Only my group decided he was the murderer but we will find out who is later. Next we went to the grocer’s, who wasn’t really annoyed because the victim was naked and drunk, which made him fall into his cabbage patch. Then we went to the final witness, who was the pub owner. In the text, the pub owner said that he was drunk, so he got kicked out of the pub. We all gathered in our groups at where the murder happened. The officer told us who it was. He shouted “it was the pawnbrokers because he only new that the victim was hit on the head”! My group got it right, but everyone else said it was Mrs Scrubbit. Oscar still thought it was Mrs Scrubbit. Know the murder case is over.
We now are going for our lunch. My favourite food was the apple puffs because they are my favourite food.
We walked around the Abbey House and had a look at the ruins. This is like Fountains Abbey but not more interesting.