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Victorian Seaside

England, Scotland, Wales

Oh, we do like to be beside the seaside! Where else would you find puppet shows, penny lick ice creams, pleasure gardens and bathing machines but at a Victorian seaside resort? Take the steam-train of thought back in time to the late 1800s (that’s when family holidays became affordable) in this Victorian workshop for KS1. Together with our facilitator, your pupils will use imagination and drama to recreate the sights and sounds of the beach. Play on the pier, make a postcard and see what you could buy for 1 penny. A true holiday into history!

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What the children learn...

  • Discover Victorian culture and why the seaside was so popular
  • Imagine the Victorian seaside and compare it with a trip to the beach today
  • Recreate the sights, sounds and inventions of a Victorian resort
  • Explore ideas and feelings through role play, 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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