Mills and Machinery - One Day Creative
Search Filter

Start here!

Close
Type any keyword below
Close
Filter Results
MENU
Search Filter

Primary

Mills and Machinery

England, Scotland, Wales

New

This interactive workshop takes you back in time to the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution; The Midlands. Get ready to become factory workers and find out what life was really like. With your One Day Facilitator you will explore the advancements of the textiles trade, the inventors who pushed modern production methods and the Luddites who resisted it!

**You can now join us online and browse an exciting digital library of educational videos for primary pupils, including History workshops. Click here to visit Uno.**

 

 

What the children learn...

  • Examine the historical context surrounding the Industrial Revolution
  • Discover the people who populated the East Midlands at the time, and the conditions they loved and worked in
  • Understand the advancements of the time and those who were resistant towards it
  • Express ideas and feelings through voice, movement, role play and drama

How this One Day Workshop works:

Structure

This is delivered as a full day workshop for one class of 35 pupils or a half day each for two classes.

Suitable for

KS2 / P4 - 7

Price

Pricing for this workshop ranges from £345 - £395 + VAT depending on workshop length and number of classes. Please get in touch for a tailored quote.

What we need from you

A large, clear space (such as a school hall) is ideal so participating children can move around comfortably. The more information you can provide about the needs of your class the better.

Enquire about this workshop
Close

Enquiry about:
Mills and Machinery

Please enter your name.

Please enter a valid email address.

Provide us with any information that would help us with your enquiry. For example your location, when you are thinking you would like One Day to visit etc.

This field is required.

This field is required.

Would you like to receive information about the following related workshops?