A panoramic glimpse into everything pre-historic taking students on an exciting geological and palaeontological adventure from the Earth’s primordial beginning.
From the original hunter gathers to early farming communities, ancient technology and coming of the age of metal.
Covering everything from the warring city states, the birth of democracy and Greek legends to Alexander the Great and Greek culture.
This fun, absorbing and interactive workshop introduces children to the fascinating and enigmatic world of the ancient Egyptians.
This engaging and motivating day studies life in Britain under the Pax Romana, the long period of relative peacefulness experienced by the Roman Empire.
Experience Saxon England, from the hierarchy and etiquette of the Lord’s Hall, the language and the story of Beowulf, through to the burial of a Saxon king.
This hugely popular Viking workshop covers everything from home-life to battles, Gods and how to have fun, Viking-style.
This entertaining one-day workshop provides insight into medieval life from 1066 to 1483.
The day starts with a short talk start on how and why the Tudors came to power, the effects of religious turmoil and how the discovery of the New World changed Europe.
A fascinating and immersive day, where the children are transported back to the late 1880s to experience life in Victorian England.
This educational, exciting and moving workshop provides a depth of understanding of the Great War in an impactful, but sensitive and age-appropriate manner.
A captivating workshop that vividly brings World War II to life, using a variety of teaching aids (including a genuine air raid siren!).