Boudicca Warrior Day

Target Audience:  Key Stage 2

Activity Overview:

The Romans are coming and Boudicca has called on all villagers to fight! Pupils work in small teams of approximately 15 pupils and complete challenges to earn gold coins:

  • Train as a Warrior
  • Learn the art of Archery
  • Explore the woods on Boudicca’s Quest
  • Craft your own Warrior Headbands and War Paint your Clan
  • Trade and Barter

Trading has two parts:

Part 1: your class will swap real artefacts as they role play as Celtic characters and use numerical problem solving in the trading game to barter for a wide range of goods.
Part 2: your pupils will enjoy Trading with Celtic coins, by swapping their pocket money for Catuvellaunni coins to trade for the more precious produce in the shop, with a wide range of heritage produce supporting local craftsmen.

The day ends with Boudicca’s announcement of the winning Clan in the Chieftain Roundhouse.

“For several of mine, this really helped their resilience. It encouraged their world and created some real bonding” – Mrs Webster, The Gerrards Cross, February 2019

I think it was such an immersive, experiential and practical day” – Aviva Collins, Kerem School, February 2019

“All activities were useful and linked to our topic. Children loved archery and quest. Good level of challenge!” – S Knowles, Stephen Purse School, June 2019

£20 / Student

Adult Helpers FREE
A full day of hands-on challenges from 10am until 2.30pm/3pm
Ratio of 1 adult helper to 8 Children

Hands-on education

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The children benefited from being inside the roundhouses. Enabled children with SEN to integrate fully with rest of the class. Not usually possible without extreme differentiation and one-to-one support

- Rebecca Eames

Teacher, Chesham Preparatory School

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