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GEORGIAN

We can offer you any of the following hands-on workshops for 90 minutes on:


Everyday life and living

Weapons & warfare

Archaeology

Gardening

The Slave Trade

Crime & punishment

Medicine & Surgery

Nelson’s Navy

Education & Schooling

Pirates

Dick Turpin

The Jacobite Rebellion

Recycling & Sustainability

Paintings & Portraits

Christmas

World Trade

The Battle of Culloden 1746

Childhood & pastimes

Food & Feasting

Wolfe & the conquest of Canada

Clive of India

Farming

Fashion

Bonnie Prince Charlie

King George II

The Act of Union 1707

The Seven Years War

We also offer practical sessions lasting 60 minutes on any of the following:


Musket drill

Brick Making

Cannon loading

We can even offer you half day or a full day festival.
This session is based on us spending either half a day or even a full day at your school where your pupils have the opportunity to participate with a variety of themed activities, games, workshops and practical sessions. This day is set around the normal working day at the school for your class/year group, where we deliver a timetable of activities agreed by yourself. Year groups can be catered for subject to our staff availability.

How about a walk around Worcester with...

The Georgian Story

Hear from the City Gaoler about the changes taking place within the city during the 1700s, though beware not to take a step out of line as you don't want to spend the night in his cells! Hear about the numerous coffee shops, the rebuilding of Worcester and the first hospital!
You were patient and brilliant. Overall, we had a super day and the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and I would recommend Discover History to any school looking at the Georgians

The Chase Academy

"An excellent, engaging workshop which really fired the children's imaginations. Paul was highly engaging, and his costume and props brought the slave trade period to life."


Dauntsey’s School