Queen Victoria

Date: 5th Jan 2017 @ 3:39pm

Can you tell us what you know about the Victorians?

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Lexie C wrote:

i know that the toilets are at the back off the street

Poppy P wrote:

Queen Victoria became Queen in 1838

Adam B wrote:

The poor Victorians had toilets outside

Katie C wrote:

in Victorian times if you were poor you had terrest houses

Emily H wrote:

I know that you had to get the water from the pump. I know that Queen Victoria had 9 children. I know that the poor people had to go to the toilet at the end of the street.

Thomas M wrote:

They do not have toilets in their house.

Poppy P wrote:

Victorians have a bath once a week on a Friday. Victorians have a toilet in their back garden or at the end of the street.

Katie C wrote:

If you were poor you had a guzzunder.

Abigail D wrote:

they don't have a bath room they have a tin bath next to the rang they have there toilets outside

Emma G wrote:

They did not have any carpets they had stone floor.

Amy B wrote:

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I know that they have a tin bath and the dad goes first the children go last the toilet is in there back garden

Mia J wrote:

Rich people have a chamber pot.Victoria has 5 girls and 4 boys.

Riley U wrote:

Victorians only have a bath once a week.

Mia J wrote:

Rich people have a chamber pot.Victoria has 5 girls and 4 boys.

Chloe T wrote:

I know Queen Victorias last name is dina. Queen Victoria has nine Children.

Isabella O wrote:

Queen Victoria was Queen in 1838-1901. Victorians have their baths every Friday.Queen Victoria had 9 children 40 grandchildren 37 great grand children.

Holly C wrote:

I know that the boys had to clean the chimneys and Queen Victoria had nine children.I know that Queen Victoria started to be queen when she was eighteen and people were selling things on the streets.

Oliver V wrote:

Victorians have their bath in a tin bath. Rich people have servants.

Madison M wrote:

in victorion times rich people had big houses and they had lots and lots of windows to look out of.

Marianne J wrote:

in Victorian times rich people had big houses and they had lots of windows but some rich people had drawing rooms and they put precious stuff.The poor people had small houses and had 3 or 4 windows and some houses was put houses to gether.The rich people in the night had a guzz underrs but poor people had to go all the way to the end of the street.The rich people had beds with curtons on but the poor people didn't have beds like that some of the poor people had to share a bed.Some of the rich people have survents but the poor people didn't have any

Lexie Cotham wrote:

lots of writting that might off took marianne long

Daisy R wrote:

Queen Victoria had nine children. In Victoran time toilets.

Emily H wrote:

The boys didn't just clean the chimnenees they sold meat,news papers and things that they didn't need.Just to make money because they were poor.

Lexie C wrote:

tin baths are metal the dad goes in first and the poor kids go last when its gone cold.
victorian people were rags because they work alot.
little boys sell newspapper, fruit and tins
victorians have curtins on their bed
all familys sleep togever to keep warm
the little girls and boys work in factorys
they dont have any eltisaty they have a range

Marianne J wrote:

Queen victoria was the only child of prince edward and her mum was princess victoria.Queen victoria was born on the 24th may 1819.Queen victoria was born at kensington palce at london.Queen victoria was christend as alexandrina victoria.Queen victoria had 9 children 5 girls and 4 boys.

Zachary S wrote:

I know that Queen Victoria was the first Queen in Buckingham Palace.Queen Victoria was only 18 when she came to the throne and she had a lot to learn. She thought that, as queen, she could do as she liked, and she quickly had to learn that she couldn't. Queen Victoria was born on 24 May 1819 in Kensington Palace in London, England. Her full name was Alexandrina Victoria. She was born to an English father, Edward, Duke of Kent, and a German mother, Princess Maria Louisa Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfald. Victoria became Queen of England in June 1837, when she was just 18 years old. Her coronation took place at Westminster Abbey a year later in June 1838, where everyone cheered "Long live the Queen!" Did you know that Queen Victoria was a linguist? She spoke fluent English and German, and studied other languages, too, including French, Italian and Latin. Later in life, she also learnt the Indian language of Hindustani. Impressive, eh?! She was also German. In Victorian Times the toilets were at the bottom of the garden, for rich people. If you were poor, you had to share two toilets with the whole street. The toilets were just a wooden hut with two holes to sit on. There was a piece of string with some news paper on it; that was to lean your bottom with. If you needed the toilet at night ,you would have a chamber pot to do your business in. Say it was dark in the day, for example the early morning, you would take a candle outside to go the toilet. The poor people had terraced houses and they were very close together. In Victorian times the rich people had lots of windows in their house, the poor people did not. Also rich people had servants, to do the work for them. If you were poor, your mum would have to go to the groceries store once a day to get food for the whole house. The poor people had tin baths. They had to get water from the water pump for the bath. The rich people a bath shaped like a chair. They had tap water. If the poor people were very lucky, they had a hot tap.

Daisy R wrote:

I know that Queen Victoria had 9 children. The poor people in Victorian times they had no toilets they were at the back of the streets.

Marianne J wrote:

Poor people had to go to the end of the small, cobbled streets to go to the toilet.But the rich people had to go to their small, large back yard but in the night they had a guzz under.Poor people didn't have their own bath rooms but the rich people had their own bath rooms.Poor people went shopping on washing days they didn't by a lot of food because they didn't have a lot of storage in their house.Rich people had a big space under their house so they bought a lot food to last for a whole week.The poor people went to shops like the bakers where you get bread from and the green grocers where you get fruit and veg like potatoes and carrots.Their was famous writers called the Bronte's .

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