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@MaryRoseLearn plan for the new Primary History Curriculum

Teachers and museum educators agree working in partnership can transform pupils’ learning. There is no substitute for experiencing history first-hand!

 

Over the last few months we have been watching the development of the new primary History Curriculum carefully and planning opportunities for pupils to continue to engage with the Mary Rose story. Many museums are rethinking their programmes as a result of the new chronological approach which sees most of the primary history content finish at 1066. However, there are important opportunities for thematic work post 1066 and a new emphasis on local history. Keeping the best elements of our past programmes, we will continue to provide high quality visits which will enrich the curriculum.

Why choose the award-winning Mary Rose Museum?

Inspire curiosity: 1000s of real Tudor artefacts beautifully displayed

Investigate Tudor lives – contrast high and low status

Historically significant: the key ship of a key king

1545: a turning point in warfare, medicine and religion

 

History on your Doorstep: Local History Enquiry

£6.50 per pupil 1hr workshop + Museum

 

Choose from:

Portsmouth’s Tudor Past

Tudor Hampshire

Isle of Wight: Invasion 1545

 

Post-1066 Study: Tudors or thematic work on ships, medicine or leisure

£6.50 per pupil 1hr workshop + Museum

Step back in time! Discover life above and below decks on Henry VIII’s favourite warship.

Coming soon…

Tudors v Victorians: Investigate Everyday Life over 300 years with a combined visit to Mary Rose Museum and HMS Warrior

 

Bookings are being taken now for September 2014

 

Contact Mary, Clare and Amy in our Education Department direct on 02392 871119 or follow them on twitter @MaryRoseLearn

 

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