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VICTORIAN NAMES AND SCHOOL RULES

Published Friday, April 27, 2012.
Last updated: Friday, April 27, 2012

This is my class last year on Victorian day. Here are the Victorian names they chose for themselves:

Helen Bayes

Beatrice Degnam

Victoria Campbell

Eliza Shaw

Victoria Darrell

Emma Monalisa

Catherine Burchase

Carol Colin

Mary Mallowell

Emily Cambell

Victoria Shawl

Ellie Spode

Jennifer Ellis

Benjamin Mcoll

James Smith

George Smith

Edward Farroll

Barnaby Xavier

Arthur King

Adam Blank

Albert Bracuilas

James Fredrickson

William Spud

Theodore Biggins

Anthony Mcdonagh

Zylphia Sutton

Here are two links to sites to help you generate your own Victorian name:

http://www.namenerds.com/uucn/randdickens.html

http://oobleck.org/steam/

Victorian School Rules

  1. Children must stand up to answer questions and wait to be given permission to speak.
  2. Children must call teachers ‘Sir’ or ‘Ma’am’.
  3. Children must stand when an adult enters the room.
  4. Children must wear clean shoes and clothes.
  5. Children must sit and stand with straight backs.
  6. Children must use the right hand at all times for writing.
  7. Girls must wear their hair tied back with string or plain ribbons.
  8. Girls will learn needlework and boys will learn technical drawing. 
  9. The children will line up, boys and girls separately, with the smallest in the front and the tallest at the back. 
  10. Prizes will be given for good attendance.
  11.  Children must not speak unless spoken to.
  12. Children must not put their hand up unless told they can do so.
  13. Children must not ask questions.
  14. Jewellery is forbidden.
  15. Children who are truant, are late, behave badly or do poor work will be caned.
  16. Talking and fidgeting will be punished.
  17. Counting on fingers is forbidden.
  18. Children with fleas, nits or contagious diseases should not attend school. 


Comment By Sessy 

I would like to choose the name Emma Monalisa for our Victorian day!

It is interesting to know abut Victorians but it is terrifying also to know that they were strict to the children.

Published on Saturday, April 28, 2012
Comment By Ben Hawkins 

Good name. This was Ilse's last year. Please do not be terrified Sessy! We do the whole day in role as Victorians, but remember it is just drama. The teachers will be stern rather than horrible! Victorian teachers would not have been running around yelling and using the cane every 5 minutes. They didn't need to because the children were so will drilled!

Published on Saturday, April 28, 2012
Comment By Lina 5B 

My victorian name is going to be

Laura Chester

Published on Saturday, April 28, 2012
Comment By Lina 5B 

sorry wrong name. I changed it to:

Princess Laura H. Mearle

I am going to be a girl from a rich and famous family

Published on Saturday, April 28, 2012
Comment By Ben Hawkins 

Good name. A princess? Wow. Am I going to have to treat you like royalty Lina?

p.s. A princess would not be going to school with all the rascals you will be with on Wednesday. They would be taught in the palace by a governess. Maybe you are the daughter of a prince and his lady servant, and you are being brought up as a normal girl.

Published on Saturday, April 28, 2012
Comment By Sarina 

my name's Jennifer Harvey
And do the girls all tie up our hair??

Published on Saturday, April 28, 2012
Comment By Ben Hawkins 

Great name! YES Sarina, hair certainly needs to be tied back. You must use string or a ribbon. And no jewellery either!

Published on Saturday, April 28, 2012
Comment By Sessy 

Dear Mr.Ben, it's so nice to hear that we are well behaved in class and you don't need to go around with canes that often.

Published on Sunday, April 29, 2012
Comment By Joe 

My Victorian name is going to be Charles Biggins

Published on Sunday, April 29, 2012
Comment By Tara 5B 

My name is Milly Higgins. It was a toss-up between Catherine and Milly!

Published on Sunday, April 29, 2012
Comment By lotte 5B 

My name is Lilly Thompson.

Published on Monday, April 30, 2012
Comment By mark  


My name is going to be Charles Knott

Published on Monday, April 30, 2012
Comment By Josie 

My names going to be Ivy Jones

Published on Tuesday, May 01, 2012