Category Archives: History for schools

History days for schools

Recommended for: History Projects, Book week, Teamwork challenge, Speaking and Listening, Fun day, Celebration. Ages: Nursery to Secondary (all ages) – See filter on the gallery of days below for age group and type of day. Amount of pupils: Up … Continue reading

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Why does 10 Downing street prove that history for schools can be silly as well as horrid.

How many times have you seen a politician going in or out of number 10 Downing street​?​ ​I​s the number 10 straight? Why are the walls black? Are all the chairs perfectly lined up in the Cabinet ​R​oom​? Whose picture​ … Continue reading

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Viking history Simon Cowell in outrageous demand for long boat

Viking history with a bit of Saxons and DRAMA The Execution factor coming to a school near you Outrage as The Execution factor tours UK schools with Splats Entertainment Vikings and Saxons! A friend of Simon Cowell says ‘yeah he’s going to … Continue reading

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Richard III mask to wear around Leicester!

To celebrate the find of Richard III beneath a car park in Leicester here is our Richard III mask we made as part of our History days and Tudor workshop. Happy Haunting ;0) See the BBC report

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Tudor History Reunited

Tudor History Reunited Spotted on the BBC website that Henry has been reunited with his first wife. A pair of portraits of Henry VIII and his first wife Catherine of Aragon have been brought together for the first time in … Continue reading

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