Key Stage 2
We run a series of hands-on cross-curricular workshops for key stage 2 inspired by the art, history and architecture of the Old Royal Naval College.
All our Key Stage 2 schools workshops are free to state schools, except Tudor Study Day, which cost £200. Fee-paying schools pay £200 per workshop. Workshops will be invoiced at the end of the half term that the session takes place in.
To book one of our workshops, please fill in our Booking Enquiry Form. Please note: Enquiry forms must be submitted two months in advance of your preferred date.
For more information please call the Learning Team on 020 8269 4725.
Impossible CreaturesKey stage 2
Discover the classical monsters that feature in the Painted Hall through storytelling and role play.Find out more
Pattern and ShapeKey stage 2
This interactive session explores the maths behind the stunning architecture and decorative work of the Chapel.Find out more
Curator for a Day (Primary)Key stage 2
Children curate their own display, deciding which items they would include to tell the story of the Old Royal Naval CollegeFind out more
Tudor Study DayKey stage 2
In this living history day, children learn about life for both rich and poor at the Tudor Palace in Greenwich.Find out more
Myths and MasksKey stage 2
Learn more about classical gods, goddesses, monsters and heroes from Greek Mythology in this interactive workshop.Find out more
Painted Ceiling InvestigatorsKey stage 2
Students explore the Painted Hall to uncover the hidden stories of the painted ceiling and learn more about how the artists worked to produce the paintings.Find out more
A Local History Study: Life at Sea and the Royal HospitalKey stage 2
Research how life for sailors in the Navy and at the Royal Hospital changed from the time of Admiral Nelson to the reign of Queen VictoriaFind out more
Hidden Maps: Symbols and MeaningKey stage 2
In this interactive workshop students will consider the variety of ways that the world has been, and continues to be, depicted in the form of maps and symbols.Find out more
Local History: Lord Admiral Nelson’s Lying-in-StateKey stage 2
Discover how Lord Admiral Nelson’s body was brought to Greenwich and about his lying-in-state in the Painted Hall.Find out more