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KS2 STONE AGE THROUGH TO CELTS

KS2 STONE AGE THROUGH TO CELTS
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Who are we and where do we come from? Timeless questions we have all asked.
The timeline of mankind and the important developments that make us who we are will be explored in this workshop. This workshop requires the use of a school hall.
From being hunter/gathers where people had to work as a team to survive, to early agricultural farming communities which led to the rise of hierarchies, tribes, religion and warfare.
Your students will explore numerous informative displays, artefacts, interspersed with interactive discussions, games and activities to emphasise the difference between these societies
PALAEOLITHIC AND MESOLITHIC PERIOD.

Early humans – focusing on Heidelberg man, Neanderthals and early Homo sapiens – why did Homo sapiens sapiens come out on top? How they lived and what animals they hunted, Gender divisions in work in the hunter gatherer societies. What is cave art all about? Development of Stone tools. Seasonal movement
NEOLITHIC

Early farmers and settlements – the biggest change in human history. The beginning of an organised society. Trade. The age of stone monuments and what were they for? Burial and belief
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Locations: England;
Telephone Number: 0800 112 3192
Postcode: IP7 7NF
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Workshop Themes: PALAEOLITHIC AND MESOLITHIC PERIOD, STONE AGE, CELTS
Ages (Keystages): Ages 7-11 (KS2)
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