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Pupils discover how life style and technology changes over time by investigating real artefacts from the Stone Age to the Bronze Age.
Dress up as Sarah and James to explore the lives of children two hundred years ago. Experience a week in the children’s lives - see their home, visit their Granny and Aunt Mary, meet the blacksmith and teacher and go to church.
Spanish Armada, Elizabeth 1, Examine the themes of life at court and that of a ship barber surgeon, Girona
Discover how people in Northern Ireland adapted to life during the war by exploring and discussing the clothes they wore and the objects they used.
How and why people adapted their looks in different periods of history Chinese lotus shoe, a Victorian corset, Egyptian make-up and Elizabethan clothing.
Pupils re-enact the journey from the cottages of Ulster to the log cabins of America. Hear about families who left and find out how their lives unfolded on the other side of the Atlantic.
What is it like to live in a different county? Children will have the opportunity to investigate and discuss the lifestyles of children in other lands.
Inuit cultural identity Arctic
Pupils will investigate what Ireland was like at the time of the Vikings and discover more about Vikings life by using and wearing replica objects and clothes.
Role play of true crime stories where students play the character parts. The drama will take place in the Museum’s Courthouse.