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Cinderella & the Prince's Ball

Themed Events

Course details
Theme:

Cinderella and Prince Charming’s Ball

Topic:

Traditional Tales

Location:

Tatton Park Mansion

Length:

90 minutes

Available:

April – July & September – October

Age Recommendation:

Early Years and Key Stage 1

Curriculum Links:

English, Drama, Physical Education (Dance)

Session Plan Produced:

05/05/2017, Laura   Armitage (Learning and Visitor Services Manager)

 

Learning Outcomes:

Learning Outcomes
AimOutcome

1. To understand the   main events and the sequence of them in the traditional tale, Cinderella

“Becoming   increasingly familiar with and retelling a wider range of stories, fairy   stories and traditional tales” – English  

2. To understand the   main themes in the traditional tale, Cinderella

“Pupils   should be taught to recognise themes in what they read, such as the triumph   of good over evil or the use of magical devices in fairy stories and folk   tales” – English

3. To understand that   stories have a beginning, middle and an end

“Pupils   should begin to understand how written language can be structured” – English

4. To use drama and role   play to become part of the traditional tale, Cinderella

“Providing   opportunities for pupils to develop and order their ideas by playing roles   and improvising scenes in various settings”

“Roleplay   can help pupils identify with/explore characters”  English

 

Group Size:

This programme can accommodate 12-90 children. If you have a larger group, we are happy to discuss a bespoke timetable with you.

Activities:

Children will compare and contrast the lives of Cinderella (before she was a princess) and Prince Charming, through hands on activities. Children will have the opportunity to learn and perform a basic dance in the beautiful Staircase Hall, where Prince Charming's ball is set up to take place. The workshop is a hands on storytelling tour, which will examine the Mansion's staterooms and the servant's quarters.

Price:

This experience is charged at £5.80 per child for a 90 minute workshop. If you require a lunchroom, this will be an additional hire fee of £20.

If you choose to book a second experience to make a full day at Tatton Park, the entire day will be charged at £8.80 per child - a discount of £3.00 per head. This includes the hire of a lunchroom facility.

Booking:

Make an enquiry using our Schools Enquiry form or contact us to discuss your requirements at tattoneducation@cheshireeast.gov.uk / 01625 374428.

Risk Assessment:

Information about risk assessments and our health and safety procedures for this workshop.