Victorian History Workshop

This event is not open to the general public.

We turn back the clock in your classroom to the 1850’s and with slate and chalk give the children a lesson as if they were back in time.  Our character is a hard-nosed Victorian industrialist.  We can include virtually any aspect of the Victorian Britain you want for example the industrial revolution, poverty and life in the slums or crime and punishment.  With a collection of Victorian hats, we play a great game of “Who wore this?” to explore the occupations and roles of people at the time.  We also bring along a range of other artefacts; shoes, toys, instruments etc. that give pupils an insight into what life would have been like in the Victorian era. 


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We’re delighted to announce that online teaching resource, 60 second histories, has been included on the list of ‘The 50 Best EdTech Resources of 2017’.  Published by Technology & Innovation magazine, the list celebrates what truly works in education and what has a particularly positive impact on teaching and learning at secondary school level.  60 second histories films have been written by Kevin Hicks of the History Squad.