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Portsmouth's Tudor Past

Portsmouth’s Tudor Past KS1&2

Life in a Tudor town: Local history and geography 

What was it like to live in the home port of the Mary Rose? Look at maps, handle replica artefacts and dress up to build up a picture of life in Portsmouth 500 years ago. How much do you think that the City has changed since the time of the Mary Rose?
Alternative version: Hampshire’s Tudor Past

 

The Navigator's Apprentice

The Navigator's Apprentice KS1&2

Navigation without Sat Nav!

Do you have the skills to become the Navigator’s new apprentice? Use Tudor maps and charts to plot a safe course for the Mary Rose into Portsmouth Harbour. Handle replicas of our unique collection to discover how knowledgeable the Tudor navigator was – you might be surprised!

Elizabethan Exploration and Discovery

Elizabethan Exploration and Discovery KS2

History/Geography and English at the NMRN

This hands-on investigative session uses ‘Discovery Boxes’ as children follow in the footsteps of the explorers like Drake and Hawkins. The session is excellent for developing children’s natural inquisitiveness and enquiry skills.

£50 per 1 hour workshop for up to 35 pupils.

Shipmates

Shipmates KS1&2

History, Geography and Maths at the NMRN

Join us for an action packed activity session, in which students will be ‘trained’ for a life at sea. From calculating how many ships biscuits are needed to feed the crew each week to object handling and role play, children discover what life was like in Nelson’s Navy.

£50 per 1 hour workshop for up to 35 pupils.

Portsmouth Dockyard: Then and Now

Portsmouth Dockyard: Then and Now  KS2

History and Geography at the NMRN

Pupils become ‘Dockyard Detectives’ investigating clues on a special tour to discover how Portsmouth Dockyard has adapted and grown through time. An excellent introduction to fieldwork investigations and history in evidence, pupils explore how the Dockyard reflects aspects of national history, and the changes that transformed people’s lives in the area.

£80 per 1.5 hour workshop for up to 30 pupils.