GLYPT will bring history to life with two fully interactive productions for KS2 students Jan 2013
KS2 History, English, Drama & PSHE pupils are encouraged to:
Actively participate in group discussions and the performance
Evaluate the performance and their own contributions
Develops confidence & allow them to explain their views
Expand their knowledge & understanding of events, people & changes in the past
Fiery Dragons – For Year 3 & 4
Explore the Saxons and Viking with a humorous & imaginative production specifically tailored to support the KS2 History curriculumTime travel with us to 877 AD, to old England and Guthrum the bloodthirsty warrior and his Viking hoards rampage across the land. The Battle of Edington approaches but with Kings Alfred of Wessex in Hiding and Guthrum on the warpath, will the country fall into the hands of the Danes? During a gripping, interactive and hilarious two hours learning, GLYPT actors and facilitators take your whole year group on a daring quest, where they help the warriors, kings and peasants in our story change the course of history. By the end of the morning, children will have gained a wealth of facts, knowledge and understanding and teachers will take away a toolkit of new ways to approach the topic.
Explores invasion & settlement in the Anglo-Saxon & Viking periods
Studies myths, legends & literature including Norse mythology & Saxon poetry
Looks at ship burials, archaeological finds and everyday life in local areas
Supports literacy curriculum: understanding and writing poetry, journal writing
An informative workshop that captures the imagination of the children whilst giving them the tools to think outside the box!Yr 4 Teacher
The Wisdom Pot – For Year 5 & 6
Discover The Benin Empire with an interactive & imaginative production covering
World History Study section of the KS2 curriculum
Celebrate identities and heritage, with connections to the SEAL curriculum In the 1400s Oba Ewurawe led an Empire that was the most powerful in Africa. He created a shining city, a system of government & the most beautiful bronze plagues the world had ever seen. Travel through history to 2012 when the beautiful Benin Bronzes sit in British museum, gathering dust. Come with us to the burning heart of West Africa for a vibrant journey of discovery & controversy. The Wisdom Pot is a play about how we tell stories and interpret history to understand who we are. The Wisdom Pot is a fully interactive theatre performance and workshop. The pupils are engaged as active participants, and challenged to solve historical and ethical dilemmas using drama and debate.
Explore the rise and fall of the Empire, and its distinctive contribution to history.
The opportunity to practice reasoned arguing and discursive language connecting with the literacy curriculum.
A chance to celebrate our own identities and heritage, connecting to the SEAL curriculum.
Provides opportunities for pupils to discuss the nature and diversity of societies in Britain and the wider world through historical enquiry.
An enthralling journey that will challenge childrens perception of how history is told, as well as provoke their understanding of identity and humanity Yr 5 Teacher
Dates: from 25th January 2013 (daily at 9:30am or 1pm)
Venue: The Tramshed (Woolwich) or your school
Length: 2 hours
Capacity: 60-90 pupils from Yr5 or YR6 children (2 classes) and accompanying staff
Cost: £350 at The Tramshed or £400 at your school
To book: 020 8854 1316 / firstname.lastname@example.org