Time Trips delivers workshops on ancient history and science subjects in primary schools in the North West of England.
Manchester Stockport Bolton Trafford Cheshire Warrington Wigan Rochdale
Each lesson has been carefully designed to engage children with educational and exciting hands-on activities, such as making models and artefacts, role play, drama, and games.
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The creative activities are of a higher standard than those provided by other history or science workshops. In spite of this the price is much lower than average, because I work alone and design all the resources myself. Also travel costs are low because of my limited range (click for map).
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Workshops last a full day and take place mainly in the classroom. I am a former history teacher with an MEd and an MSc in child psychology (read my CV). The fee is £229 or £239, depending on the cost of resources. The lessons are fully compatible with the new curriculum, and are always being updated and improved.
Follow the links to the left for details, as well as photos of the activities and reviews from teachers and children. Please note that due to the challenging nature of the creative activities, the workshops may be too difficult for classes of lower than average overall ability (read more here).
Dates available Summer 2016: May 2, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 31, June 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, July 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15, 18.
Bookings also taken for Autumn term.
Contact: Tony North Email: email@example.com
Tel: 0161 224 6445
Email is usually the best form of contact, as I can guarantee a response within 24 hours.
Address: 44 Whitebrook Road, Fallowfield, Manchester, M14 6EF
You can now read the whole of my novel, Marathon, on this website. I wrote it in 2009 and self-published it. It is a story about two boys and their father who were in the battle of Marathon, and is suitable for older children.
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Watch videos used in the new Evolution lesson:
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