Tudor House

We bring everything you need to create a Tudor house in your school hall that is large enough for 30 – 40 children to stand up in. Your children will become Tudor craftsmen for the day.

Your children will:

  • use carpenters marks to assemble the Tudor house
  • work in teams to build a poor man’s house
  • compare the lives of rich and poor
  • make wattle panels and daub one
  • bodge (shape) ┬áthe pegs used to pin houses together
  • tile and thatch a section of roof

For a time-lapse glimpse of the day, please click on this sentence.


In association with Oakwrights of Hereford

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