Estate agent supports Clevedon pupils with historical project
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A Clevedon estate agent has been helping primary school pupils with an historical project.
Staff from Steven Smith Estate Agents visited All Saints Primary School, in All Saints Lane, to help them with work looking into different types of home throughout the centuries.
Estate agent staff spent time helping children advertise their own handmade homes.
A school spokesman said: “During our homes over time topic the children had a homework project to create either an Iron Age house, a Roman villa, a Tudor house or a Victorian house.
“Back in school the children wrote an advert to sell their house’s best features, using the historical facts they had discovered.
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“Allie and Nick from Steven Smith offered the children advice to improve their adverts and choose four finalists.”
The four chosen adverts have since been displayed in the estate agent’s window.
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