This adds a whole new dimension to learning about the past, our staff with years of in-depth knowledge in their respective fields bring this knowledge to the schools and colleges that we work with. We really get under the skin of the topic, looking in much more detail as to who, how, what and why, we also encourage debate and questioning, thus ensuring these lectures to be interactive and inclusive. This lectures are and have been delivered to students in Key Stage 3,4 and 5.
Our Lectures include
We’re all Romans – The Roman Legacy
Anglo Saxon and Viking England – The men from the North and their impact on our land, culture and people.
The Celtic Fightback – How Scotland, Wales and Ireland created their National Identities
Religion – The Reformation, England’s break with Rome and the European Wars –
The Great Rebellion – Detailed look at the most momentous century in British History and the effects that it had and still has today
Absolute to Constitutional Monarchy – How the Crown changed and the significant factors that
Order, Order, Order – Parliament – Then to Now and Back Again
Aristocracy – Class War from the past through to today
The Rise of the Political Party – From Coffee Shops to the Commons
Revolution, Revolution, Revolution – A comparative study of the English, American, French and Russian Revolutions and the similarities that bind them together.
Into the Light – The Enlightenment and move away from Magic to Science and Medicine
The Agrarian and Industrial Revolutions – The Hand in Hand changes on the effect on society, culture and commerce
The Rise of the New World – How America found its Soul from the villages and towns of Merry olde England
Feminism – The Rise and Rise of Women’s Rights
The Slave Trade – Tobacco Planters to Sugar Barons to Industrialists and the Slave Triangle
19th Century Immigration in Britain – Beyond the Pale to the Sweat Shops of Britain
Radical Britain – The Peasants Revolt to the Pole Tax Riots and everything in between
The Holocaust – First Hand Testimony of the Final Solution and the Jewish Shame