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Celtic Harmony Camp Remote Learning Workshops

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Choose from a range of experiences including the Stone Age Introduction, a 30 min workshop streamed direct from our Palaeolithic Cave. Learn how to make paint from natural mineral pigment and create your own cave art as a Hunter-Gatherer! And the Stone Age Introduction is being offered totally free of charge for one workshop per school until 31 March 2021 due to the kind support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Bring your Prehistory topic to life with a new range of remote learning experiences designed and guided by our costumed educators to inspire your pupils.

The Bronze and Iron Age 30 min Tasters are a perfect follow on from the Stone Age Introduction to discover more about the Beaker people crafts and Boudicca’s tribal Britain. Each workshop opens with a Prehistory Person welcoming your pupils to their roundhouse, followed by a creative classroom activity and Q&A.

For a full immersion, our 90 min Prehistory Experience is a dynamic workshop with amazing primitive skills demonstrations streamed live including Friction Fire lighting, Flint Knapping tools and Cave Painting! Your pupils will be lead through the Stone/Bronze/Iron Age activity of your choice before finishing with a live discussion about life in Prehistory.

Remote learning is easily accessible through Google Meet with a pre-session telephone meeting and teacher pack including art resources, activities are designed so that readily accessible art supplies can be used. 

These workshops offer cross-curricular links to KS2 National Curriculum. In particular, they link to the KS2 History Framework including:

  • ‘Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age’ including ‘late Neolithic hunter-gatherers and early farmers; Bronze Age religion, technology and travel, for example, Stonehenge; Iron Age hill forts: tribal kingdoms, farming, art and culture'.
  • ‘The Roman Empire and its impact on Britain’ including Julius Caesar’s attempted invasion in 55-54 BC; British resistance, for example, Boudica.

The Stone Age Introduction is usually £50/class. However, Celtic Harmony are offering it for free due to the kind support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund. This offer is available until the 31 March 2021.

This workshop offers classes the unique opportunity to live stream a Prehistory Person direct from our Palaeolithic Cave or Chieftain Roundhouse into your classroom!

 

Website Address: https://celticharmony.org/schools/

Email Address: schools@celticharmony.org

Telephone Number: 01438 718543

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