Tailor made tours for GCSE students exploring the values, beliefs and attitudes of families who lived at Temple Newsam.
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Virtual classroom workshop focussing on Tudor history through costume and the collections of Temple Newsam House, making contrasts between life then and now.
Develop pupil’s interpretation and enquiry skills by exploring medieval life in the abbey, change over time and the power of the Church.
We will start with a talking timeline covering 850 years with pupils taking on the roles of important people in Kirkstall’s history.
Why did Tudor doctors shave chickens’ bottoms? What did monks do with wee? Why were beetles so important in making books?
Why were people in medieval times so preoccupied with death? Why did medieval monks live so long? What did they eat?