A House Fit for a King
Site: Temple Newsam
History, Literacy, Design & Technology, Citizenship, Numeracy
A member of staff or freelancer leads this activity.
How and why have houses changed over time? Who lived at Temple Newsam House?
This lively workshop uses artefacts, costume and a journey of discovery around winding passageways and hidden rooms to widen historical vocabulary, encourage questioning and develop chronological knowledge over 500 years of history.
- KS1 will compare and contrast objects old and new.
- KS2 will create a living time line using objects and clues to tell the story of the house.
“Local. Ease of organisation. Activities fully planned, prepared and resources. Variety of activities” KS1 teacher
For more information, contact the Learning & Access Officer on 0113 3367466.
Literacy: Speaking, listening and responding, group discussion
History: a local history study, a study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066, a significant study beyond living memory
Cost: £65 per class
Maximum numbers: Class of 30