Stone Age & Bronze Age

 You are a group of nomadic Neolithic families who are on the move, seeking out new land for your family and crops… 

During your School trip, your group will experience life within a nomadic Neolithic family in search of a new homeland. Witness their transition from hunter gatherers to farmers, and develop some of the skills they would have needed to survive.

Our historical narrative will allow your children to experience Neolithic life and culture, as they move in search of new land. Whether it be for three days or one, your children will experience drama and fun in the activities that they do with us, all of which promote historical understanding, teamwork and problem solving.

“This is my fourth visit to Ufton and the best yet! Thank you so much. Already looking forward to next year! –Year 5 teacher at John Rankin, November 2017

Programme Information
Key Stage: KS1 or KS2
Format: Residential / Day Visit / At your School
Learning Objectives:

  • To understand changes in Britain from Stone Age to Iron Age.
  • To experience elements of culture and life in Neolithic/Bronze Age Britain.
  • To ask and respond to questions about contrasts, connections and trends.

Click to see all of our Neolithic Activities.


More information about our School Trips, including sample programmes and general visit information, please see our Teacher Information Page.

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