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What punishments were used in Victorian schools?
Last Updated: 4th February, 2020
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Keeping this in view, what were Victorian punishments?
Hanging and transportation were the mainpunishments for serious offences. Prisons served as lock-upsfor debtors and places where the accused were kept beforetheir trial. However, by the Victorian era, prison hadbecome an acceptable punishment for serious offenders and itwas also seen as a means to prevent crime.
Subsequently, question is, what was it like in a Victorian classroom? The Victorian classroom was often referred to asthe schoolroom. Victorian pupils sat at iron-framed desks.These were usually bolted to the floor in rows facing the front ofthe classroom. The walls of a Victorian school wereoften completely bare.
Also asked, what did they do in Victorian schools?
Children were often taught by reading and copying thingsdown, or chanting things till they were perfect. In manyVictorian schools pupil-teachers helped with the teaching.The pupil-teachers were boys and girls of 13 and over. After fiveyears of apprenticeship they could themselves becometeachers.
Did Victorian schools have playtime?
Although most of the Victorian school child'slife was rather dull, the bright light was playtime.Children would play with a wide variety of toys: hoops,tops, skipping ropes and marbles. There would be games of tag,British bulldog, hopscotch, and football, played with aninflated pig's bladder.