Special Educational Needs and Disabilities sessions

A student grinding herbs and spices in the Tudor Kitchens

The king’s kitchen

Find out about the workings of the Great Tudor Kitchens at Hampton Court Palace and discover how the great feasts were organised and prepared.

Adapted for students working below National Curriculum Level 1 up to Key Stage 3.

Subject: History
Topic: Tudors 
Session Type: Classroom-based, Route-based

A costumed interpreter dressed as a Georgian painter

Palace arts

Discover what life was like at Hampton Court during the reign of King George II and Queen Caroline. Experience the opulence and beauty of the Georgian court.

Adapted for students working below National Curriculum Level 1 up to Key Stage 2.

Subject: History 
Topic: Georgians 
Session Type: Classroom-based, Route-based

Christmas holly and foliage on the main table in the Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace, surrounded by Tudor tapestries

A royal Christmas celebration

New for autumn 2019
Experience Christmas like the royals! Find out how celebrations changed through the ages.

Adapted for students working below National Curriculum Level 1 up to Key Stage 2.

Subject: History, English 
Topic: Tudors, Victorians  
Session Type: Seasonal

Students take part in school session

Questioning the past

Henry VIII is one of England's most famous kings - but who was the real man behind the stereotype?

Adapted for students working at Key Stage 2 or 3.

Subject: History
Topic: Tudors
Session Type: Exploring evidence, Classroom-based

School students attend a tour at Hampton Court Palace in the Tudor apartments.

Henry to Mary: a religious rollercoaster

In the Tudor period, religion was a key issue: the rollercoaster of religious changes led to widespread confusion and turmoil.

Adapted for students working at Key Stage 2 or 3.

Subject: History
Topics: Tudors 
Session Type: Route-based