When Ann and Mary visited Laghey PS the children were just getting started with the project. Together they brainstormed ideas about how to kick off their research. One of many interesting things that came up during the visit was that a child in the class had a granny who worked at the Argory, a National Trust property in the local area. Siobhan Coleman, the teacher, arranged a visit that was tailored to the Edwardian era in order to fit in with the period of the project. During their visit, the boys and girls experienced aspects of the life of a privileged child of the house. They dressed up in Edwardian clothing and engaged with toys from the time. Especially for younger children, this was a great way to engage their imagination and give them an interest in the era. Later on they remembered their trip and talked about their experiences on video.