Join an Egyptian salt trader on a voyage down the River Nile!read more
React to the Great Fire of London and learn about historical evidenceread more
Meet Terence, the retired auxiliary soldier. Is he Roman or British?read more
Join an Anglo Saxon fisherman on his voyage of migration across the North Searead more
Empathise with two households in 1940: one in London, one in Berlinread more
Experience the transition from hunter gatherer to settlement & farmingread more
The principal aim of all of our history workshops is to give your children the means to adopt the mind-set of people from the period to gain a deep insight into the reasons for historical events... and to be challenged to consider the likely consequences of those events.
Every child in your group is given the opportunity to role-play using robust, kinaesthetic resources in child sized settings. Many fantastic photo opportunities are presented for your evidence portfolio of engagement, inclusion and learning.
Our sessions aimed at specific Key Stage One and Key stage Two history topics are peppered with whole-group activities and scenarios, with a wide range of incidental and cross-curricular learning opportunities.
It is August 1940, and the focus is the Battle of Britain and the Blitz. Children empathise with two households: one in London, one in Berlin.
This is a hands-on session in which every child in your group has a role in the unfolding events of September 1666.
Let Lidmann, an early Anglo Saxon fisherman, take you back to his voyage of migration across the North Sea.
Experience life during the turbulent period of Boudica's revolt and the everyday practicalities of life as a Roman soldier.
Focus on everyday life in this session on Ancient Egypt. Join our Egyptian salt trader on his full sized boat in a trading journey.
The story of the transition from a hunter gatherer way of life to one of settlement and farming.
Thank you so much for visiting us today - I really felt like I had travelled back in time to the land of the Angles! Your boat building scene was excellent and you are very skilled at your work. The timings of words and actions and storytelling was just right. There was not a murmur in the hall- they were all spellbound, as I was too!
Mrs Moore, Suffolk