Where To Go On Your History Trip
Young children may find it difficult to imagine how people lived in the past in today's technology fuelled world. Facts and figures simply aren't enough to create a true understanding of the history, the people, and the environment that has shaped our world today.
A school trip to a historical site can put what they have been learning into context, making it much more understandable.
Learning about the Iron Age? Give your class a day immersed in real farming through the ages.
From hands-on animal care through to ploughing, grinding corn and spinning wool. Ufton Court also offers residential packages and can cater from 20 to 100 pupils.
Butser Ancient Farm
Offering activities relevant to the Stone Age, Bronze Age, Celts, Romans, Anglo Saxons and Vikings, covering KS1 and KS2. 30,000 pupils visit Butser Ancient Farm every year.
Fishbourne Roman Palace
Fishbourne Roman Palace is the largest Roman Palace in Britain with beautiful Roman gardens and an extensive collection of original mosaics. Your class can experience workshops, quizzes, trails, and educational experience days here.
Wroexeter Roman City
Help your class imagine what life was really like in a Roman City. There are expert-led sessions, an education room, small museum, costumes, handling artefacts, and even a reconstructed Roman Villa. Wroexeter Roman City can cater for 120 pupils at any one time.
Scarborough Castle was developed in the 12th Century by Henry II and King John but before that was actually a Roman settlement site. There is 3000 years worth of history on this site. They offer educational packs in conjunction with KS1, KS2 and KS3.
When you’re planning your next school trip, drop us a line. Wherever you are in the UK, we’ll help get you and your students there and back safely.
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