Key Stage 2
This powerful, interactive living history programme dramatises the lives of two characters from the heyday of Cornwall’s pilchard fishing heritage.
A special hands-on, challenge-based programme exploring wrecks and rescues around the Cornish Coast, focussing on the dramatic story of Henry Trengrouse and the wreck of the Anson. Children will have the opportunity to investigate the interactive displays in our major exhibition Search and Rescue.
In this practical design technology workshop, children will work through a structured mix of activities to research, design, make and test their own sail boats
This taught programme uses replica artefacts, portraits and a giant map of the world in 1572 to examine the causes and impact of exploration during the Tudor period.
Through a lively mix of role-play, replica artefacts and authentic costume, children will investigate the Vikings as raiders, traders and sailors.
Step back in time to meet Job Kelynack, one of the seven Cornish fishermen who sailed their tiny fishing boat Mystery to the other side of the world. Live performance and extension activities.