MEDIEVAL times, life in Tudor England and the Great Fire of London were among the eras which pupils from Bromsgrove Pre-Prep School and Nursery have been taken back to in their history lessons.
Year one youngsters used calligraphy, music, iPad recordings, interviews and craft to explore the events of 1666. They even built their own Tudor houses.
Year two children put on their armour and tiaras and headed to Warwick Castle for a day of learning. That involved a walk up to the motte – the oldest part of the castle – and there was also a workshop which saw them paint their own shields.
As well as that they experienced battle preparations in ‘The Kingmaker’ exhibition and later this term, they will be holding a royal banquet at the school where they will put what they have learned into practice.