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8th March

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Throughout much of term-time, we're booked for school workshops and presentations.  If you would like to making a booking, please click the CONTACT US button on the right.
11th March

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We're booked for a WW1 presentation today, where we explore the causes of the First World War and take a look at trench life
12th March

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Raiders & Traders:  Our Viking workshop centres on the Vikings’ explorations around the world, the countries they travelled to and invaded and what life was like for them.  The costumed character is a Viking mariner who brings along a model of a Viking ship, (82cms long) to demonstrate.  The children will have the opportunity to get up close with the ship, try on helmets and some chainmail as well as handle artefacts and will have great fun re-creating a shield wall and...
13th March

This event is not open to the general public.

This workshop takes a look at where the Saxons came from, what life was like in Saxon England and the conflicts between the Saxons and the Vikings.  What was life like for the ordinary Saxon, what did they eat, how did they live and what did their children do?  We explore what would it have been like for a monk in a monastery under threat of attack by Vikings.  We also give the story of Alfred the Great and how he formed England.

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