About this session
Key Stage 2 | Subject: History, English (spoken language, writing composition) | Topics: Tudors | Session Type: Classroom-based
Be inspired by the Bard at Hampton Court!
Led by a costumed presenter, children will draw inspiration from the Tudor palace to inspire their own written or oral compositions.
- Understand the creative writing process, by taking part in it.
- Explore poetry (in particular the English sonnet form) and gain confidence in its complexity and use of language.
- Learn about Hampton Court as an important cultural site, directly and contemporarily linked to Shakespeare and the English Renaissance in creative writing, performance and poetry.
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This session supports:
- English (spoken language)
- Participate in performances.
- Speak audibly and fluently.
- Listen to, read and discuss poetry.
- Preparing poems to read aloud and perform
- Identifying how language, structure and presentation contribute to meaning.
English (Writing composition)
- Discussing and recording ideas.
- Performing their own compositions, using appropriate intonation, volume and movement so that meaning is clear.
- A study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066.
- A local history study.