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SCHOOL VISITS PROGRAMMES 2017/18
KS1 Change Through Time
We introduce the group to primary
source material and everyday historical terms in
this hands-on session that helps your group explore and
understand past and present. The session uses a mixture
of museum collection objects, replicas and photographs
to help your group.
We give an interactive talk about
a family that once lived in the area by following their
family tree from the 1800s to the present day.
· Your group will also discover the Victorian scullery and Edwardian Billiard room where we will discuss the changes that have occurred and
encourage the students to compare this with their own
We also have wearable costumes the
children can wear while on their visit.
KS2 Change Through Time Victorian
Truly discover Victorian life at Honeywood Museum with
this hands-on session that helps your group understand
the Victorian home. We use museum objects, census
documents, photographs, replica items and conversation.
Introductory talk and group
discussion about the Victorian era and the Victorian era
· Honeywood and its families, we look at the people who once lived here during the Victorian era, The Phillips family who owned a snuff mill in
Carshalton, William Hale White who
was an artist
and writer who wrote about Honeywood and the Kirks who
are the last to live in the house.
· Children's guided tour into a few relevant rooms. Designed specially to help your groups understand how John Patterson Kirk who lived at
Honeywood between 1878 and 1913 might have used these
rooms before it was a museum.
· We deliver an object handling session with a mixture of museum collection and replica items, we discuss who might have used these items from
the Victorian/Edwardian era, John Paterson Kirk, Leah
Kirk, Lily Kirk's or Sarah Coombs we will talk about how
and why it is important to keep these primary sources.
Extras at Honeywood Museum
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