The wedding of Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle will be celebrated in Windsor and across the UK by millions of people. Use these primary learning resources in your school so that your pupils can get involved in this special royal occasion.
The resource enables teachers to delve into the story behind the public celebration of royal weddings. It also allows pupils to consider continuity and change by looking at the ways in which the wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert influences the public celebration of royal weddings today.
The resource includes:
National Curriculum links:
Image: The Marriage of Queen Victoria (detail) by Sir George Hayter, 1840-2. Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2018
Explore the history of royal weddings with your pupils in the classroom or an assembly.
Join Siobhan Clarke at the Banqueting Hall for an exclusive tour of this revolutionary building.
21 (sold out) and 27 July (12pm tour sold out) 2018
Starting promptly in the Undercroft at 10:30 and 12:00
Explore the Tower of London’s early years as a formidable fortress and discover why it has been both feared and revered.
Tower of London
Celebrate the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with this beautifully illustrated biscuit tin. Featuring designs by renowned British illustrator Milly Green, this pretty biscuit tin will make the perfect keepsake of this special Royal Wedding.
Celebrate the birth of a new royal baby. This colourful illustrated Royal Baby 2018 cotton tea towel by popular British designer Milly Green commemorates the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third baby, a new sibling for HRH Prince George and HRH Princess Charlotte. The royal baby boy was born on 23rd April 2018.
Celebrate the birth of the new royal baby on 23rd April 2018 with this beautifully illustrated commemorative Royal Baby 2018 fine bone china mug by popular British designer Milly Green. This limited edition royal baby design marks the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third baby and new arrival for the House of Windsor alongside siblings Prince George and Princess Charlotte.