Key Stage 1 | Subjects: History, Science, Art, English, Design & Technology | Topics: Stuarts Type: Seasonal
It’s 1689 and William III and Mary II are transforming the palace, inside and out, and a fashionable new Kitchen Garden is just the thing to ensure that their large court is catered for!
Based in the reconstructed Kitchen Garden, this session uses objects, art-based activities and drama to encourage pupils to think about how food makes it way from field to fork. Led by a costumed presenter, the pupils will get the opportunity to learn about the life-cycle and anatomy of plants and to learn which parts of different plants are good to eat, within the setting of an historical garden.
Please note that this is an outdoor session so pupils will need to bring appropriate outdoor wear. The session will still take place outdoors unless weather conditions are extreme, in which case it will take place inside the palace.
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This session supports:
Science - Plants
English - Spoken Language
Art & Design
Design & Technology - Cooking and Nutrition
Finding out where food comes from.
Daily 3-7th June 2019
Up to 35 pupils
£105 plus admission