Ufton History Visits
On Ufton History school trips, children are immersed in the past. Whether exploring the Grade 1 Tudor Manor House, flogging Boudicca in the Celtic Roundhouse or curing a cursed field as a Saxon, all our activities use the unique resources at our disposal to inspire and engage your group.
Our 40 acre site in Berkshire includes ancient woodland, a Viking long ship, Celtic settlement, medieval ponds and Tudor Manor House complete with secret priest holes.
We have a wide range of curriculum linked programmes for your class at both KS1 and KS2. Each historical programme follows its own story line – perhaps your children will become part of the Saxon Readingas settlers or a Tudor Petty Constable investigating strange goings on at the allegedly Catholic Manor.
“Our day visit at Ufton was excellent. The team leaders were personable and had good pace and control at all times. The activities were varied and stimulating. My first visit and I would thoroughly recommend to other schools and groups! Thank you for the most enjoyable day! – year 4 teacher at The Priory, June 2018
For more information about why Ufton could be the perfect school trip for you, take a look at our Brochure:
More information including Risk Assessments, Information Sheets and kit lists can be found in our Teacher Information page, or if you’d like to find out more about how we can tailor a session for your class, you can get in touch with us now.