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Captivating Castles

England, Scotland, Wales

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Castles are incredible structures. The subjects of fairytale, folklore and legend, these fortified structures provide an amazing window back into our nation’s royal and military history. In this KS1 History workshop, your pupils will take a trip back in time to discover common features found across England’s earliest-known castles. What did they look like? How were they made? Together with your One Day facilitator, discover more about life during the medieval times when castle-building was at its peak!

For 2022 only this workshop will include activities linked to the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

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What the children learn...

  • Examine the layout of castles, learning associated key words
  • Discover the people you would see in medieval castles and the roles they played in society
  • Understand how castles were built and used
  • Explore ideas and feelings through role play, voice and drama

How this One Day Workshop works:

Structure

This is delivered as a 2 hour workshop per class of 35. We can usually work with 2 classes across a school day.

Suitable for

KS1 / P1 - 3

Price

Pricing for this workshop is £395 + VAT for a full day of workshops.

What we need from you

A large clear space (preferably a school hall) Please let us know if you have any special requirements!

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