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A Victorian Child’s Christmas

Enjoy the Christmas festivities as a Victorian child!

This workshop is a wonderful seasonal treat, designed to be both informative and fun.

Pupils will investigate the origins of many of our Christmas traditions, including why we decorate Christmas trees, send Christmas cards and sing carols. They will also have the opportunity to discover original and replica Victorian toys and play traditional Victorian parlour games, including a fantastic shadow buff show.

 

"Practical, hands on informative activities. Lovely trip for the children!"
Bassett House School
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £135 per workshop of up to 32 children

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Learning objective

To discover, make connections, and understand where many of our Christmas traditions come from and to draw contrasts between how Victorian children celebrated Christmas compared with children today.

 

National Curriculum links

History

  • A study of an aspect or theme in British history beyond 1066
  • Historical concepts – continuity and change, similarity, difference and significance, making connections, analysing trends, drawing contrasts

English

  • Spoken language and listening skills, performance, increasing vocabulary

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