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The Quilters Museum

 

 

 

The Quilters Museum is really taking shape now!

 

Take a journey back in time as you step through the corridors of our fascinating museum.

 

Learn about major periods in world history while admiring our pupils' work and the 'almost authentic' artefacts!

 

WARNING: Do not  look into the eyes of Medusa and listen out for the call of the mammoth- it's earth shatteringly loud!

 

 

Keep checking back regularly as the museum is a work in progress- new exhibits being added frequently!

 

Monday 12th June- new installation:

The Sopworth Camel WW1 aircraft

 

The Sopworth Camel was the most successful aircraft in WW1. It was difficult to fly and many pilots
died because they were unable to handle it. It was the first aircraft to drop bombs from a mechanism
underneath the fuselage instead of being manually dropped. It had machine guns at the front.
 
Our version has been decorated with images based loosely on Picasso's Cubist style as well as propaganda posters of the time.  He looks rather fierce doesn't he? Definitely enough to terrify the enemy...
 
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Update- Monday 21st November 2016- New exhibit!

 

Listen out for Big Ben at Quilters Junior School! Look closely at the clock tower- what is it covered with?

 

 

 

NEWSFLASH...Invasion imminent!

June 17th 2016.

 

The Vikings are approaching- run!

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UPDATE 25.1.16      DINO SIGHTING AT QJS!
Picture 1 PROCEED WITH CAUTION- T-REX ON THE LOOSE AT QJS!
UPDATE  22.1.16   Emperor Wadrian has a message for his people. Can you guess what it is?
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