Take a trip through the Victorian world with
Colonel Edward Theophilus Morgan. Retd.,
Let the Colonel be your guide as he talks to the class about this great time of change, using period artefacts and costume to illustrate the topics covered.
Should the class wish, The Major is happy to debate with the youngsters, who may have very different views to his Victorian ideas. This is a great opportunity for the class to challenge the major and even disagree with him! This really gets the class thinking and allows them to look at history from many different perspectives.
From 60 minutes to a whole day of Victorian studies. The students will learn all about the lives and times of the Victorians.
Below is a selection of the topics covered.
Transport and Communication Education
Queen Victoria Science and innovation
The Empire The Zulu war The Afghan Wars
Archaeology Travel Exploration and adventure
The Poor and the workhouse Poetry and Literature
Covering all the Key Stage skills the pupils will be able to use a timeline to place the Victorians in their historical context and then through looking at artefacts, workshop props, information sheets and source materials will be able to understand cultural, social, military and religious aspects that
led to a way of life very different from their own.
And there is nothing the Colonel enjoys more than a good argument with the young folk! An excellent opportunity to get the students thinking as they question the colonel about his Victorian values.