School History Workshops

Here is a list of School History Workshops. Enquire here about any of these workshops or select one to view below. You may also search for a specific area or age group.

 

Women of WW1

Our Women of World War One workshop follows a young woman on her journey through the long war years. Winifred Adams talks about her involvement in the Great War of 1914-18. She outlines the different roles of women during the war years and how it changed the outlook of the... > View Profile

Fossil Hunting Workshop

The Dinosaur Workshop brings prehistoric life into your school, taking your children back millions of years to discover the wonder of the dinosaurs. Children become part of a paleontological excavation site, locating and identifying replica fossils from some of the most iconic... > View Profile

Roman Soldier Workshop

Our Roman Soldier Workshops gives children the opportunity to have a Roman Soldier visit their school. Lucius Felix Silvanus of the 20th Legion, Valeria Victrix will introduce himself to the children and will talk about how he joined the Roman Empire. Set in 72 Anno... > View Profile

Ancient Egypt - Cartouche Painting

In the early days of ancient Egypt, Kings and important people, encircled their name (written in hieroglyphics) with a design that we now call a cartouche. This cartouche was an oval circle and looked rather like a nameplate. Around the design was a picture of a rope, tied at... > View Profile

A Day in History

Our Day in History Workshop gives schools the opportunity to enjoy visits from soldiers from very differing time periods. The day can be split in to different sessions, with classes having the option to either meet our WW1 solider Private William Arthur Elland or our... > View Profile

World War One Workshop

World War One Workshop 2018 will mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. As part of our WW1 workshop, Private William Arthur Elland, 3 section, 2nd platoon D company of the 2nd Bedfordshire Regiment will visit your school to talk about his time... > View Profile

Medieval Events

Medieval Life comes alive in the classroom. Meet our archer who will show the skill of the longbow ( can arrange for participants to shoot if required)or our barber surgeon who will explain medieval medicine in all its gory detail. Watch you fellow classmate be turned... > View Profile

Wyldes Noyse Tudor Music

This year Wyldes Noyse present their new program for Xmas Tudor Music Workshops. New tunes, new songs, new dances and new costumes bring a fresh sound and look to the workshops we have been providing to schools across Essex and beyond for the last 5 years. The spring... > View Profile

25th Bomb Disposal Co. Royal Engineers Living History Group

The 25th. Bomb Disposal . Co. Royal Engineers L.H.G. The Group was formed on May 8th 2004 as a non combatant group, to portray the lesser known story on the home front of the Bomb Disposal Companies of the Royal Engineers, operating between 1939 - 45 here solely in the... > View Profile

Pirate Workshop

Pirate Workshop Welcome to Pirate Workshop, the place where you can find out about getting a real-life Pirate Captain in your school! Pirate Workshop consists of a school visit that is a tailor-made unit of work that has been developed in-line with... > View Profile

Medieval Days

Are you looking to introduce that "wow" factor to your history topic? I will arrive in costume and bring a huge collection of stunning historical resources - both genuine and reproduction - along to your school and offer a hands on medieval (or other historical... > View Profile

History Workshops

FREE TEACHERS PACK with every Create History workshop. Theatre Workshop celebrates over 25 years of touring Primary schools in the UK. We deliver high quality, performance based, informative and fun history workshops for KS1 & KS2. Available all year round. The History... > View Profile

Hands on Archaeology / History

HANDS ON HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS All the sessions provide a hands-on investigative approach to history – essential to historical enquiry and understanding – and are fun too! They enhance and support learning in the classroom, bringing the... > View Profile

Keep the Home Fires Burning

Your school will be visited by a soldier and a WAAC (Women's Army Auxiliary Corps) to help the children understand the reality of the First World War, at home and in the trenches, for men, women and children in an immersive and interactive workshop. With a local history twist... > View Profile

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