Tudor Fun and Games

About this session

Key Stage 2 | Subject: History| Topics: Tudors | Session Type: Object handling

Explore the fascinating world of Tudor sports and pastimes. Find out what it was like to be a child growing up in Tudor times.

This session encourages children to develop their historical perspective and judgement skills through object handling and trying out games and activities. The session focuses on developing children’s historical enquiry skills through active participation.

Learning Objectives
Children will:

  • Understand that rich and poor people enjoyed some pursuits that were exclusive to their status.
  • Explore what similarities and differences between the pastimes of people of different ranks.
  • Make links between the toys and games people used to play, and those of modern day.

National Curriculum Links
This session supports:

History

  • Understanding the methods of historical enquiry and how evidence is used to make historical claims.
  • Extending chronological knowledge beyond 1066 (changing power of the monarch as a case study)
  • Understanding historical concepts and using them to make connections, draw contrasts, analyse trends, frame historically valid questions.

Booking information

Availability
Monday, Tuesday
10.30, 11.45, 13.15
Duration
One hour
Capacity
Up to 35 pupils
Price
£95 plus admission

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