video conferencing, audio visual
 

Roman London Alive

 

Museum of London

Eperience a Museum of London sesson without even leaving the classroom! Each session allows your pupils to interact with characters or educators from the Museum and to investigate objects from our collection via a television screen or interactive whiteboard.
 

Roman London Alive – KS2
Learn about daily life in Roman
Londinium. Meet one of these characters:
► Martia Martina (a maidservant)
► Alpius (a retired soldier)
► Marcus
Aurelius Saturnius (a merchant of
African descent)
Your pupils will
be encouraged to ask questions and
investigate Roman objects.
Dates: 18th March and 21st June 2011
Times: 10.15am, 11.15am and 1.30pm
 

Fire of London – KS1
Join in this fun, interactive storytelling
session, drawing on first-hand accounts
of the fire and investigation of objects
from the period. Sing songs, act out
moments in the story and ask questions
about this key historical event.
Curriculum links
History: How
do we know about the Great Fire?
Dates: 7 – 8th February and 17 – 18th May 2011
Times: 10.15am, 11.15am and 1.30pm
" There was a good level of
engagement throughout, an excellent
session all around! Thank you."
KS2 teacher
Mary Seacole KS1
Hear of Mary Seacole’s ‘amazing
adventures in different lands’ and
her experiences as a black woman inVictorian London. During the Crimean
War (1853-6) her reputation as a nurse
rivalled that of Florence Nightingale.
Find out more in this fun, interactive,
storytelling session.

Curriculum links
History: Why
do we remember?
Citizenship:
Living in a diverse world

Dates: 6th May 2011
Times: 10.15am, 11.15am and 1.30pm
Bella Feltwell: East End Housewife KS2
Travel back to Poplar during the Blitz
to meet Bella Feltwell, a local housewife.
Find out about different aspects of
wartime life in the East End, such as
rationing, evacuation and much more –
all without leaving your classroom!
Curriculum links
History: World War II
 
Dates: 3rd March and 4th May 2011
Times: 10.15am, 11.15am and 1.30pm
" I enjoyed the variety
and the inclusion of all
children in the story."
KS1 teacher
Jack the Ship’s Boy KS1
Step back in time to meet Jack, a ship’s
boy, for stories about work, travel and
leisure on the Thames. Follow-up your
videoconference with classroom games
and activities.

Curriculum links
History; Geography;
Literacy:
Speaking and listening

Dates: 19th May 2011
Times: 10.15am, 11.15am and 1.30pm
Victorian Street Seller KS2
Step back into Victorian London and
chat to a street seller about his life,
the goods he has on offer, and what
kind of people he meets on the streets
of London. This colourful character
describes social and industrial changes
in a fun and interactive conversation
with your pupils.
Curriculum links

History: Victorians
Dates: 11th March and 14th June 2011
Times: 10.15am, 11.15am and 1.30pm
" Children’s interaction
with an actor developed
their interest in the
topic and brought it
to life."
KS2 teacher
 
 

These workshop can be booked any time of the year.

 

Reserve dates for this workshop (Video conference unit required)

 

Reserve this workshop with a free video conference loan unit.

 
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