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Victorian Swansea - Counting Heads

Who were the Victorians of Swansea? How can we find out about the people who lived and worked in Swansea Town in the middle of the 19th century? Was Swansea a smart progressive Victorian seaside resort with the latest transport connections or a smoke-filled overcrowded industrial town with slums, docks, cholera and bad drains? Or something in between? 

Look at extracts from the 1851 Swansea Town census to help answer these questions. Watch fascinating re-enactment videos to bring Victorian Swansea to life for your pupils.

 

Key Stage 2

History, Computing, Literacy skills

 

Learning Activity Pack

This resource provides learning activities for your students using our content. It is one of a series of 3 relating to 'Victorian Swansea' for KS2.

 

Download Teacher's Lesson Plan

Cyfrif_pennau.pdf Counting_heads.pdf Cyflwyno_cyfrifiad.pdf Census_introduction.pdf

  

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