Explorers wanted!


Travel back to the banks of the River Nile. Join in the daily toil of those living under the shadow of the Great Pyramid. Who built it and why were people ‘dying’ to get in there? Find out more if you dare!!!

 Suitable for all infant and primary classes

workshop_thumbs_egyptiansFlying to the Nile in 2528 BC, we explore what life was like for the average, poor Egyptian.  Becoming farmers, the children will discover what ancient Egyptians believed in, what they wore, how they worked, how they got water, what they ate and what arduous tasks were expected of them. The life of a slave, the afterlife and mummies are all part of the experience too! Suitable for KS1 and KS2.


"The children were engaged and really enjoyed the session. I felt Kenn and Iain were very respectful and included ALL the children."
Goring Primary School
"Practical experience and the opportunity for children to use their imaginations as they learnt about the Egyptians. Loads of information covering a range of subjects."
Goring Primary School
"Pitches at appropriate level, children involved in role play, new concepts introduced and revision of what has been taught"
Downsend School