Cross-Curricular History and Maths workshops! choose from; The Viking’s Quest, CSI: Ancient Greece and CSI: Saxons!


Workshop Description

These uniquely cross-curricular programmes see children using a range of age-differentiated mathematical skills to solve problems from the past – whilst at the same time learning a wealth of new historical content. Lasting 90 minutes upwards, they can all accommodate up to 30 pupils at a time. You can choose from …

The Viking’s Quest –a mixture of myth and maths from the North!

CSI: Ancient Greece – who lifted Zeus’s Lightning Bolt?

CSI: Saxons – was it really Alfred the Great who burnt the cakes?

“As part of our Maths week, all KS2 children in the School had the CSI:Maths workshop. The children were buzzing about it all week and realised that Maths can be fun! I would highly recommend it and would not hesitate to use you again in the future." Maths Teacher, St Benedict’s Primary


EYFS-KS2 / P1-S7 / Senior Infants - 6th Class
1- 1½ hours (depending on how many classes)
30 pupils per workshop
Class Room or School Hall


How many pupils can take part?

Historical Maths can accommodate up to 30 pupils per workshop. 

What is the format of the day?

This hilarious and highly interactive presentation is aproximately 1 hour and a half. Multiple sessions per day to fit in with your school timetable. 

Are there any technical requirements?

Each working space needs to be equipped with laptop/screen/projector, so pupils can view the supporting PowerPoint throughout.


Where will the workshops take place?

These workshops can take place in a classroom or school hall.

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