Special Educational Needs and Disabilities sessions

Special Educational Needs School Session at the Tower of London

Anne Boleyn ‘the most happy’

What was it was like to be a courtier at the Tower and witness Anne Boleyn's arrival?

Adapted for students working below National Curriculum Level 1 up to Key Stage 2.

Subject: History
Topic: Tudors
Session Type: Classroom-based, Route-based

Special Educational Needs School session at Hampton Court Palace

Colonel Blood and the Crown Jewels

Explore the events leading up to the attempted theft of the crown jewels by Colonel Blood in 1671.

Adapted for students working below National Curriculum Level 1 up to Key Stage 2.

Subject: History
Topic: Stuarts
Session Type: Classroom-based, Route-based

Special Educational Needs School Session at the Tower of London

John Gerard's escape

Find out about John Gerard's escape from the Tower of London during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

Adapted for students working below National Curriculum Level 1 up to Key Stage 2.

Subject: History
Topic: Tudors
Session Type: Classroom-based, Route-based

Henry VIII's Tonlet armour, featuring etched decorations including figures of St George, the Virgin and Child, and Tudor roses.

King beneath the armour

Students will handle Henry VIII's replica armour and discover more about the man behind the metal.

Adapted for students working at Key Stage 2 or 3.

Subject: History, English
Topic: Tudors
Session Type: Exploring evidence, Classroom-based

School students visiting the Tower of London for a school session.

Elizabethan prisoners: Imprisonment, execution and escape

Students will be guided around the Tower to investigate the unique conditions in which Elizabethan religious prisoners lived and died.

Adapted for students working at Key Stage 2 or 3.

Subject: History
Topics: Crime and Punishment, Elizabethans, Tudors
Session Type: Route-based