A unique opportunity to learn one site’s significance in two key aspects of British national history: life in the great Tudor mansion, which 100 years later was destroyed by Cromwell during the Civil War.
Handling Tudor archaeology and replicas, students will investigate facts about the Tudors and their lives at Basing House, and use GPS to explore and examine the events and effects of the Civil War at Basing.
This session supports the following National Curriculum 2014 topics for KS2 History:
The session also supports historical enquiry, historical interpretation, independent enquirers, creative thinkers, team workers and effective participants.
Length of Session 3 hours (but allow additional time for lunch, if required)
Cost £120 per class (class of up to 35 students. A maximum of 3 classes can be accommodated)
For further information and to make bookings, please contact the Basing House learning team who are based at our sister venue, Milestones Museum, on 01256 639550 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.