As part of the Key Stage 2 History Curriculum, the Year 3 class from Winnersh Primary School took part in an exciting Outdoor Living History Programme to learn about the Stone Age.

The class learnt interesting facts about everyday life of people living during the Stone Age era such as how they hunted for food and where they lived.  With engaging outdoor activities, the group learnt the traditional method of lighting a fire, hunted for game in an archery challenge and cooked sausages using hazel sticks.

This interactive living history programme was completely mobile and took place on the school grounds.  Each student was enthusiastic and got involved with the activities, no matter what their ability.

Dot Farrell, Deputy Head Teacher at Winnersh Primary School, said “All of the children really enjoyed their day, it was a fantastic hook in to their Summer Term Topic. The staff at Outdoor Academy ran a brilliant programme that enthused and excited the children. Thank you very much for all the hard work and effort that was put in to make the day so spectacular.”

Not only do we deliver Stone Age Living History, we also deliver Anglo-Saxon and Viking Days so please call us on 0118 9712 769 or email