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Celtic Harmony is an award winning education charity bringing prehistory to life, with 17 years providing experiential learning within a real Iron Age settlement. Let our experts provide your class with a WOW Prehistory day packed with hands-on activities when you choose from the following themed days:
'Fabulous experience that brings history to life. Pre topic inspired further learning and research.' St Vincents Primary May 2015
The new history curriculum for KS2 calls for the study of changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age and a focus on local history in KS1 that could include:
Since 1998 we have been offering pupils the chance to experience life in pre-Roman Britain and are acknowledged experts in heritage education.
"Target the small and local if you want to find fulfilling places to visit with your pupils,"says Hannah Frankel in the Times Educational Supplement, and provides Celtic Harmony Camp as an example: "Pupils will find themselves weaving, spinning, grinding grain, making bread, hunter-gathering and trading at this Iron Age Village."
We provide opportunities for the youngest children to learn outside the
"I was thoroughly impressed by the venue and the sessions on offer at Celtic Harmony. The site has been sensitively and traditionally developed to represent a Celtic establishment. Sessions have been very well designed to engage young people and teach them about Celtic traditions. The staff delivering the sessions were energetic and really encouraged young people to learn. To deliver a quality product Celtic Harmony
Teresa Thorp, Learning Outside the Classroom Inspector.
All our activities are geared to cross-curricular learning and cover National Curriculum topics and objectives including:
Building confidence and independence; problem solving; working as part of a team; facing new challenges; speaking and listening; discovering how people lived in the distant past and the differences and similarities to our own lives; using tools and making products; taking part in outdoor activity challenges including following trails; map reading; learning about houses and homes,