For the Queen's Jubilee or just an almighty summer celebration, there are many opportunities to dance through this term...
This year, the Queen becomes the first ever British monarch to reach a Platinum Jubilee. That means she’s spent a whopping 70 years on the throne!
To help your school celebrate this momentous occasion, we’ve created a trio of Queen’s Jubilee school workshops fit for royalty! From Kings & Queens and Captivating Castles, to a Summer 2022 special all about the Platinum Jubilee, these drama-filled workshops invite your pupils to step back in time. Above all, you’ll blend the wonders of History with a hefty dose of national pride. Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.
Kings and Queens, KS1
Discover the monarchs of Britain in this History workshop for KS1, from power-hungry kings to long-reigning queens. Firstly, your pupils will use an array of interactive activities to understand the role of a monarch. In addition, you get to bring the characters of some of history’s most famous kings and queens to life through role play! View workshop.
Captivating Castles, KS1
Castles are incredible fortified structures – the subjects of fairytale, folklore and legend. Therefore, they provide a fascinating a window back into our nation’s royal and military history! Take a trip back in time to discover common features found across England’s earliest-known castles. For instance, what did they look like? How were they made? Let’s find out. View workshop.
Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, KS1 & 2
2022 is the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and marks an incredible 70 years of service on the throne. That’s the longest of any British King or Queen in history! To celebrate this remarkable milestone, join us to embark on a right royal Queen’s Jubilee school workshop full of interactive festivities and imperial history. View workshop.
If you’d like to know any more about our range Queen’s Jubilee school workshops, what you can expect on the day or which title would be best suited to your school’s needs, I’m glad to help. Please contact me email@example.com or give us a call on 01937 372131.