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The History of Transport

England, Scotland, Wales


Once upon a time, humankind’s main mode of transport was travelling with two feet planted firmly on the ground. So how did we go from this to blasting off into outer space?! Embark on this KS1 History of Transport workshop with your One Day facilitator, uncovering the pivotal people and incredible advances that made our trains, planes and automobiles possible. You’ll also soar into the skies with Amelia Earhart, learning what it takes to be the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean!

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What the children learn...

  • Examine the life of an influential woman from history
  • Discover how transport has developed over time and the impact this has had
  • Understand how the role of women has changed and the emotions linked to this
  • Explore ideas and feelings through roleplay, voice and drama

How this One Day Workshop works:


This is delivered as a two-hour workshop for up to two classes of 35 children across a school day.

Suitable for

KS1 / P1 - 3


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

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.

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