2018 Festival for Schools
To inspire, excite and inform pupils about history.
We are currently working on the programme for the 2018 School’s Festival. If you have any specific areas that your School would like covered please email Rachel Holland at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 26th June – Year 6,7 & 8
Medieval Monarchs, Battle of Hastings, Black Death, King John, Castles, Tudors, The Peasants Revolt
Wednesday 27th June – Year 10 and 12
Crime & Punishment in Britain, Tudors, Weimar & Nazi Germany, Vietnam, Mao, Historiology, Suffragettes, Revolution & Civil Rights in America
Thursday 28th June – Years 6,7, 8 & 9
Medieval Monarchs, Battle of Hastings, Black Death, King John, Castles, Tudors, The Peasants Revolt, Slavery, Suffragettes, The Holocaust & The Cold War.
There will be a wide range of living historians covering some two thousand years of history from Celts to Romans through to the Wars of the Roses, English Civil War and the two World Wars. They will be demonstrating a number of activities from skills at arms through to historic cookery. Pupils will see and feel uniforms and equipment, learn about daily life from the past, traditional crafts and have a chance to see weapons in action and hear some bangs from Civil War muskets to British Second World War artillery firing.
Please note – no children will be allowed into the event site unless accompanied by an adult or within a school or college group; this means anyone under 16 years of age. There will be a clearly demarcated Lost Child Point in the Ticket & Information Tent.