Can you spot yourself in costume at a school Victorian day in Days Gone By?

Pupils from Holbrook primary school dressed for their Victorian Day in 2005 Picture: JOHN KERR/ARCH

Pupils from Holbrook primary school dressed for their Victorian Day in 2005 Picture: JOHN KERR/ARCHANT

Have you or your family members taken a trip back in time at a school Victorian day?

Children at Hollesley primary school having a Victorian day to celebrate the school's 130 years in 2

Children at Hollesley primary school having a Victorian day to celebrate the school's 130 years in 2007 Picture: WENDY TURNER/ARCHANT

Today we are taking a look back at some of these always popular events.

A Victorian day at Elmsett School in November 1990 Picture: ARCHANT

A Victorian day at Elmsett School in November 1990 Picture: ARCHANT

Our photos show children around the area dressing up in period costume and getting a taste of a past way of life. Can you spot yourself, a family member or friend in any of the photos?

Pupils from Saxmundham and Leiston Middle Schools at a Victorian Apprentices day at the Long Shop Mu

Pupils from Saxmundham and Leiston Middle Schools at a Victorian Apprentices day at the Long Shop Museum in Leiston in 2006, with Trevor Hawkins playing the part of Richard Garrett Picture: SIMON PARKER/ARCHANT

MORE: Are you in our Apple Day gallery? Some of these events have marked special anniversaries for schools, with pupils trying lessons, games and food as experienced by previous generations of pupils.

Kesgrave Primary School pupils at a
Victorian day at Colne Valley Railway in 2002 Picture: CLIFFORD

Kesgrave Primary School pupils at a Victorian day at Colne Valley Railway in 2002 Picture: CLIFFORD HICKS/ARCHANT

Others saw children spending a day out at a museum with 19th-century heritage.

Haughley Primary School pupils watching Punch and Judy
at a Victorian day in 2006 Picture: WENDY T

Haughley Primary School pupils watching Punch and Judy at a Victorian day in 2006 Picture: WENDY TURNER/ARCHANT

These included a Victorian Apprentices’ Day at the Long Shop Museum in Leiston, and a day out at the Colne Valley Railway near Halstead.

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Victorian day at Downing Primary, Ipswich in 2005 Picture: PHIL MORLEY/ARCHANT

A Victorian day at Downing Primary, Ipswich in 2005 Picture: PHIL MORLEY/ARCHANT

MORE: School harvest festival memories over the years If these photos bring back memories, email judy.rimmer@archant.co.uk

Pupils from Saxmundham and Leiston Middle Schools taking part in a Victorian Apprentices day at the

Pupils from Saxmundham and Leiston Middle Schools taking part in a Victorian Apprentices day at the Long Shop Museum in Leiston in 2006 Picture: SIMON PARKER/ARCHANT


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Pupils at Fairfield Primary School in Felixstowe get into character during their Victorian Day
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Pupils at Fairfield Primary School in Felixstowe get into character during their Victorian Day in 2011 Picture: SIMON PARKER/ARCHANT

Victorian Day at St James Middle School in Bury St Edmunds in February 1998 Picture: ARCHANT

Victorian Day at St James Middle School in Bury St Edmunds in February 1998 Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

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Victorian day at Downing Primary, Ipswich in 2005 Picture: PHIL MORLEY/ARCHANT

A Victorian day at Downing Primary, Ipswich in 2005 Picture: PHIL MORLEY/ARCHANT

Pupils and staff from Bramfield Primary School, near Halesworth, celebrate a Victorian day in 2002,

Pupils and staff from Bramfield Primary School, near Halesworth, celebrate a Victorian day in 2002, at the school's original entrance first used in 1872 Picture: DAVID LENNARD/ARCHANT

Pupils at Fairfield Primary School in Felixstowe get into character during their Victorian Day
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Pupils at Fairfield Primary School in Felixstowe get into character during their Victorian Day in 2011 Picture: SIMON PARKER/ARCHANT

Class teacher, Dennis Kell, surrounded by his Victorian pupils at Cliff Lane Primary School, Ipswich

Class teacher, Dennis Kell, surrounded by his Victorian pupils at Cliff Lane Primary School, Ipswich, in 2002 Picture: JERRY TURNER/ARCHANT

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