Heritage Education – Victorians at St Johns – Ice Cream and Away Days

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Key Stage:  1 & 2
Delivered at: St Johns House Museum, Warwick
Duration: 4 hours
Main focus: History, English
Available: 17th June 2019 – 19th July 2019
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Workshop outline
An exciting hands-on day project where you can make your own Victorian ice cream the hard way with a man powered churn. Pupils will join the cook in  her kitchen to make the strawberry ice cream and fresh homemade lemonade. They will be able to sample what they have made.  They will take part in a Victorian school lesson with our costumed Victorian school teacher.
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Key stage 1 pupils will be able to explore Victorian seaside traditions and make a paper pinwheel and Punch and Judy stick puppets. Key stage 2 pupils will write and perform a Punch and Judy script in small groups.
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Key skills covered
  • Chronological understanding
  • Historic enquiry
  • Understanding how life was different in the past
  • Group work
  • Role play and empathy with life as a Victorian child.
  • Weighing and measuring in the kitchen

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