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The poor Victorians would live on the streets, but if they were found by the bobby's (police) they would get taken to the workhouse where they would have a cruel life, they would try to escape but if they got found escaping they would be put into a shed where everyone can see them. Trapped Forever.

This is not entirely true, workhouses were cruel often, but a better alternative than living on the streets. It was mostly families that went into workhouses

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As a rich Victorian, your children would have a governess who would give a basic education called the three Rs - reading writing and arithmetic. she would sometimes be a poorer relative. Girls were usually not educated longer than age 14 whereas their brothers were often sent away to school when about 11.

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How were rich children educated in Victorian times?

It would depend largely, on which country you were in


How were poor Victorian children educated?

commonly poor children weren't educated.


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They were educated very well.


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In schools of course. Although many children were educated at home.


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What were names of rich Victorian children?

olivia


How did thomas barnardo help working Victorian children?

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What did the Victorian children did?

they worked- poor children went to school- rich children


Where did rich Victorian children live?

in grand houses