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TT1819 Cultural Catalogue

PRIMARY, SECONDARY,

PRIMARY, SECONDARY, POST-16 & SEN OFFERS KS4 – KS5 We have a number of specially designed in depth study workshops, which allow students to critically examine primary source material and documentation. These sessions link to specifications run by the following exam boards: AQA, Edexcel, Eduqas, OCR, WJEC. Historical context and topic links for all key stages and SEND groups include: Medieval, Normans, Tudors, Elizabethans, Stuarts, Georgians, Victorians & the First World War. As above, sessions are available for all year groups and key stages, from KS1 to post-16. Suitability We also have a new multisensory SEND programme at our sites delivered by SEND specialists. These sessions are suitable for pupils with MLD, SLD and PMLD aged between 6 and 16 years, who attend special schools or units. Taught sessions/admission only visits are available all year round (term-time), but we recommend booking early in the school year in order to secure your preferred date. Visits take place at one of three site locations: Dates, Location & Format • The Tower of London, London • Hampton Court Palace, Surrey • Kensington Palace, London Our taught sessions are 45 – 90 minutes in length (dependent on which one you choose), but you would be free to spend all day exploring the site at your leisure. Learning Outcomes • A unique experience where students are able to immerse themselves in our palace environments and historic surroundings • An opportunity for pupils to interrogate historic evidence and delve into the past by using a range of teaching materials, skills and resources • An opportunity for pupils to develop their own knowledge by exploring the stories of how people have shaped society Teacher Commitment & Training Teachers who book a visit to our sites often plan a preliminary visit in order to undertake their own risk assessments and to make their school visit run as smoothly as possible. A complimentary Preliminary Visit Voucher is provided for up to two teachers per booking. 30

PRIMARY, SECONDARY, POST-16 & SEN OFFERS Once you have booked your visit with us, you will also receive our Essential Information Pack and a history time line about your chosen site. We hold a number of Familiarisation Days, CPD and Training Workshops throughout the year on a variety of topics, which are free to attend for all teachers KS1 – KS5 and SEND teachers. Dates for next academic year will be released and published on our website. What happens at the end? Real examples and engaging stories provide insights into history that might form the starting points for a wider learning project in school. Pre-visit resources are available on our website. You can also join our Teacher Network, which allows you to: Other Resources/Support • Develop better understanding of the stories, knowledge and resources that HRP can provide • Be part of a professional community that shares ideas and best practice with peers and colleagues • Be part of exclusive teacher networking evening events at the palaces Admission Costs: (at the subsidised learning rate) Tower of London • £3.95 per child (KS1-4) • £5.55 per child (KS5) • Teachers and adult helpers are admitted free at a 1:10 ratio (KS2+) and 1:5 for KS1. Additional adults over this ratio are charged at £24.00 Hampton Court Palace Costs • £3.95 per child (KS1-4) • £5.55 per child (KS5) • Teachers and adult helpers are admitted free at a 1:10 ration (KS2+) and 1:5 for KS1. Additional adults over this ratio are charged at £20.70 Kensington Palace • Free (KS1-4) • £4.10 per child (KS5) • Teachers and adult helpers are admitted free at a 1:10 ration (KS2+) and 1:5 for KS1. Additional adults over this ratio are charged at £15.70 31