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Tudor England Survival Guide

Tudor England Survival Guide
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Elizabethan England is an exciting but dangerous place - if you want to stay healthy, get educated, and move up in Tudor society you are going to need some help!
A rich, finely dressed Tudor lady, Alice, and her loyal steward Jack will spend the day with your class and help them learn how life was really lived in 16th century England.
How do you survive plague and illness? How do you enjoy yourself while managing to keep your head on your shoulders? What you must never, ever say about the Queen - and much more!
With authentic costume and numerous artefacts, Makers of History workshops involve the whole class in role-play, hands-on activities, games and drama to fully immerse children in Tudor ways, for the ordinary folk as well those at Court.

"A fun way to learn, which helps all the children to empathise with people of that time. The Tudor workshop was extremely well delivered and pitched well for all abilities"
Malborough Primary, Tytherington.

We offer a fast-paced, colourful day of content including:-
Medicine and Cosmetics
Crime and Punishment
Tudor Schoolroom
16th Board Games
Tudor Banquet
Crafting Tudor Emblem
Masque Ball (Dancing with Live Music)
Mumming Skills
Play about great Tudor explorer, performed
by class.

Further details of workshop content can be found on our website,

Makers of History was founded to provide high quality Living History workshops for primary schools that cover National Curriculum targets in an exciting and memorable way that involves every child in the class.
As two qualified historians and heritage educators you can be confident of our expertise. We are well-known and appreciated by hundreds of schools from across the North West for our Living History work at museums, historic houses, local authority heritage events and open days.

What teachers say about Makers of History workshops;

"Thanks for such a fantastic, fun-filled, knowledge enhancing day. The children were engaged and enjoying every minute."
Cavendish Primary, West Didsbury.

"The play was brilliant! The children enjoyed the banquet too."
St. Christophers R.C. Primary, Duckinfield.

"Thanks to you both, the children thoroughly enjoyed the workshop, and the teachers thought it was fantastic."
St. Albans R.C. Primary, Macclesfield.

"The content was excellent. Very well organised the children were engrossed the whole time. would definitely recommend this work shop to other teachers."
Mottram St. Andrew Primary Academy.

Makers of History are based in Greater Manchester but are happy to travel to much of Northern England, North Wales and the Midlands.
We can work with one class or two classes in parallel on the same day.
We can also provide lots of ideas for costume and food for your class on their Tudor day.
With no expensive coach to pay for we provide excellent value for money.
We have enhanced CRBs and Public Liability Insurance. for more information
Locations: Cheshire; Cumbria; Derbyshire; East Yorkshire; Manchester; Lancashire; Lincolnshire; Merseyside; North Yorkshire; Shropshire; South Yorkshire; Staffordshire; West Midlands; West Yorkshire; Anglesey; Caernarfonshire; Denbighshire; Flintshire; East Midlands;
Telephone Number: 07926547850
Postcode: SK10
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Workshop Themes: Tudors, Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Living History, Tudor Day, Rich and Poor Tudors
Ages (Keystages): Ages 5-7 (KS1),  Ages 7-11 (KS2)
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