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How we lived ... Education

We bring history alive and offer

    • curricula support for History for key stages 1, 2, 3 and 4 with cross curricular links to Maths and Science
    • historic interpretations for schools including meet the ancestors from peasant to noble, maid to gentry, soldier to officer
    • historic interpretations for museums, period houses and castles
    • specific emphasis on the role of women throughout history

We have been working for the past 20 years on historic interpretations for museums, schools, historic homes and castles, either on our own or as part of living history groups. We have worked with:

    • ss Great Britain
    • English Heritage
    • CADW
    • Royal Armories
    • National Trust
    • National Army Museum
    • Aldershot Military Museum
    • North Somerset Museum
    • Winterbourne Medieval Barn Trust
    • Imperial War Museum
    • Ministry of Defence
    • BBC
    • Discovery Channel
    • Working Title
    • Bristol City Council
    • Military Vehicle Trust
    • Normandy Veterans Association

We offer services to help bring history alive using costume and replica and original artifacts from differing periods. Examples being:

    • Medieval - 1066 and the Battle of Hastings
    • Medieval - 14th century
    • Medieval - 15th century
    • Tudor - Elizabethan middle class
    • English Civil War
    • Late 18th century
    • Napoleonic soldier and wife
    • Victorian - 1840s to 1880s
    • WW1 - soldier, nurse, WAAC (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps) munitions worker, suffragette
    • WW2 - Homefront including evacuation and military (Royal Artillery and women's ATS)

We are DBS certified and have the services of a trained teacher with 35 years experience to help you with your curricula development.

See our National Curriculum page for details of what we can support.

Contact us to discuss your needs - we are flexible and always happy to work with you to develop the interpretation you have in mind.










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