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A unique place, Little Moreton Hall is one of the finest examples of a timber-framed, Tudor manor house in England. It enables us to understand something of the Moreton family, the period in which it was built and what life may have been like over 500 years ago. Working with the national curriculum education days at the Hall are designed to support the delivery of the Key Stage 2 History National Curriculum (unit 8, with aspects of units 1 and 2).
Pupils will practise key skills of observation, discussion, team work, and analysis to explore the sixteenth century and develop an understanding of:
- How a Tudor family would have lived in Little Moreton Hall in the 1560s
- How their lives differed from the lives of children today
- How the Moreton family compare to others in Tudor society
We strongly recommend teachers come on a preliminary visit. It is a great opportunity to see the site and education room, and gain inspiration for classroom activities. Further information will be sent before your visit date to help you prepare for the day.
Little Moreton Hall