Recent Visits

NEWS! Our  visit to Mortimer St John’s C.E. Infant School was featured in their Ofsted report and described as “excellent.” Click here to read the full report.

Here is some of the feedback we have received from both teachers and students from our past workshops. Thank you for your kind comments! Click here to see a list of schools where we have recently made presentations.

Examining artefacts
Examining artefacts

“Thank you very much for today, [we] enjoyed your sessions and it was obvious how enthusiastic the girls were about the activities and you made the sessions very interesting and exciting for them. I look forward to booking you again in the near future.”
– Mr. Wrigley, Wilmington Girls Grammar School

“Dear Peter the Merciless, I enjoyed the morning. Thank you for inviting us to try some archery. I learnt to do rubbings. Mine was of Odin. I learnt to write my name in Viking!! I enjoyed the WHOLE MORNING!!! The Viking beer smelt disgusting!
P.S. Thank you for letting me press my own coin.
P.P.S. You look like a very scary Viking.”

– “Mia the Malicious,” Class 5, Priory Fields School

Writing with a quill pen
Writing with a quill pen

“I just wanted to thank you again for your excellent workshop. The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The resources you brought were brilliant…Would definitely like to have another workshop covering a different period.”
– Ms. Kossman, Manor Lodge School

“Dear Peter the Merciless, thank you for teaching us and telling us about the Vikings. My fave thing was making the Viking silver. It was very interesting. I thought the archery was fun! The spices were very smelly!!! The only spice I liked was the lavender it smelled lovely! And the hammer and chain mail was very very heavy!”
– Radka, Class 5, Priory Fields School

“Very good. They learnt a lot…It’s like bringing a museum to the school.”
– Ms. Kelly, Bellenden Primary School

Young squires in training?
Young squires in training?

“Dear Peter, thank you for coming in to teach us about viking life and what they do. Our fav bit of the morning was archery it was fun. We would like you to come again.”
– Chloe V and Cameron W, Class 5, Priory Fields School

Thanks for a fantastic time!
– Ms. Nimmons, Shine Archbishop Saturday School

“Dear Peter, thank you so much for the wonderful morning, I had lots of fun. My best thing was the archery, it was fantastic and my coin is fantastic.”
– Jade, Class 5, Priory Fields School


Medieval Workshop at Chiswick School (clips)

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