If your students are studying the Elizabethans, a school trip to one of England’s most magnificent castles, will provide them with an in-depth understanding of the historic environment.
To add more contextual understanding, why not give your students the chance to observe some of the finest examples of Tudor architecture on offer in England’s great manor houses and help them to learn more about the flowering of English culture during the Golden Age.
Depending on your programme of study, pick from a wide variety of activities to cover life in Tudor times and the world of Shakespeare. You can even learn more about the Stuarts, exploring the Personal Rule of Charles I and the Long Parliament.
These trips can be tailored to specific exam board content, if required, or be used to support learning about the Church, State and Society in Britain 1509-1745.