Enhance your history topic with a Mayan Mayhem workshops for KS2, packed full of drama, learning, stimulation and fun!
Guess what Stone Age people used instead of toilet paper? Why was a hole in the skull good for headaches? And how on earth do you make a Stone Age mummy? It’s all here in our One Day Drama adventure!
Join us on a trip back in time to pre-historic Britain! Together, we’ll use drama to explore what life was like through the Stone, Bronze and Iron ages …
8,000BC, we humans migrated to Britain from Europe! Learn the stories of Olga, Gam and their tam tams (more about that later!) who made tools and weapons (lots of them) out of stone, and then bronze, and then even iron. They farmed the lands and lived in long log cabins! They built stone circles 40ft high with their bare hands! An interesting sounding bunch, but what were these hairy folk with bones in their hair really like?
Bursting into your school hall, this workshop is jam-packed full of drama! Our professional director will take your KS2 children on a ONE DAY adventure steeped in history, curiosity and wonder, as we journey through 8,000 years of pre-historic Britain.
One Day will work with your pupils through a dynamic and creative workshop with our fully trained professional facilitator. Our One Day facilitator and your budding thespians will explore a diverse range of key themes such as enhanced creative teaching of the chosen topic, stimulating imagination, encouraging discussion, enhanced speaking and listening skills, improved confidence, teamwork and oh yes… let’s not forget… bags and bags of fun!
HISTORY WITH ALL THE FUN AND SAVAGE BITS LEFT IN!
Deputy Head Teacher
"We have had the One Day team work with us on numerous occasions delivering workshops on the Stone Age & Treasure Island. The quality of delivery is consistently of a high standard and the energy and enthusiasm of the staff has been boundless. The children have a great time and end up performing to other pupils, who also enjoy the experience! We will definitely continue to work with the team as they keep evolving their workshops to meet the new curriculum. The organisation is both efficient and professional. You make our day when you visit us here!"
Primary School in Nottingham