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Key Stage 2 | Subject: History, English, Drama | Topics: Normans, Castles | Session Type: Route-based
It is 1097 and King William I's greatest fortress and palace, the White Tower, has finally been completed. In this session, one of William's courtiers will help children explore this magnificent keep and understand its role and significance.
This session encourages children to find out more about King William I, both as a conqueror and a king. Through role-play activities, they will gain a better understanding of the events which lead to the Norman conquest.
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This session supports:
Monday - Friday
10.30, 12.00, 13.30
Up to 35 children
£95 plus admission