Mrs Ryland Mr Ryland
After, looking around she asked us which way to go to the Historic Reading Room. To get to the Historic Reading Room we had to climb two floors and then walk into the second room. In the Historic Reading Room there was two white marble statues. [ displayed at top ] One of Mrs Ryland and one of Mr Ryland. Mr Ryland had died before the library was constructed , so the library was constructed in his honour.
Next, it was time to have our workshop , so we went to the Education Room. First we had to find several different places on a map of today . Then we had to study a map from the past and answer the questions on our case notes sheet. We each got a magnifying glass and a evidence pack with clues in per table and also one map per table. After we studied the maps we had to present them in time order. My group had the sheet of Manchester in 1751.
After that, it was time to go, so we said thank you and set foot for the tram stop we got on the tram to Bury and had a long wait on the tram before we could get off.
When we got back to school we carried on with our day with eating our lunch and went on the blog then went home.