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School History Workshops by the Time Traveller

School History Workshops by the Time Traveller
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Take a trip back in time with one of our quality workshops. We cover most periods from the STONE AGE to the SPACE AGE, including The
Iron Age, Roman Britain, Medieval, Post French Revolutionary Napoleonic, Tudor, World War I, World War II and the Space Race. National Curriculum links to KS1 History, Drama and Literacy, KS2 and KS3 History, Drama and Maths. ALSO GCSE HISTORY.

The workshops are led by veteran leaders who are ex English Heritage, and have over 20 years experience between them leading workshops and tours for school groups.

Some examples of workshops we offer are:

This Workshop is based on life in Britain at the time of the Iron Age, and compares it to the earlier Stone Age and Bronze age, as well as the Roman Influence. We also look at the validity of the ' Pigeon Hole ' system of naming ' Ages ', and how this can lead to a lot of misconceptions about the Ancient World. We will look at daily life, and how people learned about their ancestors -
( no written History then ! ), and also about Britain's place in the Ancient World at the time.
This workshop provides ample opportunity for Object Handling, using ORIGINAL Stone Age, Iron Age and Roman Artefacts, plus participation.

Code Breakers of World War II
Lieutenant-Colonel St. John-Smythe will put you through your paces to see if you have what it takes to be a code breaker during World War II. Learn the history of code making and breaking and try out some codes and other forms of communication for yourself. KS2 & 3 History and Maths

Meet Gunner Sergeant John Cullen and take the King's Shilling. Learn about life as a soldier during the Napoleonic War in the aftermath of the French Revolution, how they were recruited, trained and fought, and the impact of the Wars in Europe. Learn about the ' Fog of War ' , and other terms from the time which have stayed with us. We can even give musketry demonstrations with the real thing ! Suitable for all Ages.

The Life of Publius Critonius Pollio
Learn about the daily life of a Romano-British boy and his family. Find out about his schooling, his free time and the town where he lived.
Handle genuine Roman artefacts! Object and artefact handling, role play and story tellling. KS1 & KS2 History, Literacy, Drama, Art

The First Casualty of War is Truth
* NEW * Learn about the role of PROPAGANDA in WW2, and the way it was used by Germany and Britain to control the media. Uses original film footage and equipment. KS2 and KS3 History and Media Topics.

Rich and Poor in Days of Yore
What was life like for the rich and poor in medieval times? Dressing up, object handling and role play. KS1 & 2 History, Drama and Literacy.

One Small Step - The Story of the Space Race :

On July 20th, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first Human to set foot on the Moon. It was the culmination of a Race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the most intense time of the Cold War. We'll follow his story, and that of the other Astronauts who travelled beyond our world during the greatest period of Space Travel so far.........
Locations: England;
Telephone Number: 01303 250702
Postcode: CT19 6HT
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Workshop Themes: Iron Age, Roman Britain, Early Medieval, Castles, Discovery, French Revolution / Napoleonic, Inventions, WW2, Space Age
Ages (Keystages): Ages 5-7 (KS1),  Ages 7-11 (KS2),  Ages 11-13 (KS3),  Ages 13-16 (KS4),  Ages 16-18 (KS5)
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