Key Stage 2 | Subject: History | Topics: Tudors | Session Type: Digital Mission, Route-based
It is 1543 and Katherine Parr has just become Henry VIII’s sixth wife. It’s a dangerous job being married to Henry, so Queen Katherine wants to impress him with a surprise feast for all his court. She’s counting on you to help the clerk prepare this amazing banquet. If you fail, she could be in major trouble, so good luck!
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About Digital Missions
Digital missions are character-led adventures that encourage pupils to navigate and observe the palace spaces while solving challenges on an iPad.
Pupils are encouraged to use the palace as a primary source to weigh historical evidence. Working as part of a team, they will develop their perspective and judgement by exploring particular palace spaces in more detail.
Your school group will be shown a 'How to do a mission' film at the start and issued with one iPad between two pupils.
Supported by Mitsubishi Electric [Mitsubishi Electric logo]
£2.00 per pupil, plus £3.95 admission
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