May the 20th will be the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth – so why not celebrate it with a visit from The Lady With the Lamp herself?
A Visit from Florence Nightingale opens with an assembly for participating year groups, followed by workshops for a class at a time. Using a range of age appropriate, drama-based techniques, Florence will help pupils learn about her life, times and achievements, her differences with Mary Seacole and the debts modern-day health care owes them both. She’ll answer their questions (we’ll provide you with a structure to generate some of these in advance) – and leave each child with a beautifully designed Timeline to complete!
"Ten out of ten! I was taken aback by just how good the Time Travel Theatre actors were – and by the impacts the workshops had on the pupils!” History Co-ordinator, Christ Church Primary
Suitable For: up to 30 pupils per workshop, EYFS, KS1, KS2 / P1 - P7
Exploring: Florence’s life, career and contribution to healthcare; Victorian society; the Crimean War; Mary Seacole’s contribution to healthcare.
Duration: 1 hour + per workshop (depending on how many classes are participating).