Journey with us as we head back to that most famous of battles and relive the epic moments through the eyes of two people who were there!
Find out why Harold Godwineson and William, Duke of Normandy came to savage blows on this fateful day in October 1066.
Meet other major players in the story such as Edith Swan-neck, [right], Edward the Confessor, Bishop Odo and Harald Hardrada
Our typical day includes studying key elements of the Bayeux Tapestry and re-enacting them with the children dressed up as knights and major characters from both sides.
Your students will examine weapons, real armour and tactics. They can try their hands at activities such as archery, striking a coin, grinding corn, and firelighting with flint and steel; they’ll learn about food and diet, and make interesting comparisons with our lifestyle today.
We have nationwide coverage to enable us to deliver our school workshops across the country, wherever your school is located. From Suffolk to Anglesey, Isle of Wight to Scotland, we make history happen!