Myths and Legends Discovery Visits with Lego® Education

This Key Stage 2 session has been developed with LEGO® Education and covers a range of cross-curricular subjects including Literacy and History.

About the Discovery Visit

This two hour hands-on session includes a trip to the Stones and a tour led by one of our knowledgeable volunteers. Afterwards, the children will be take back to the education room where they will be given the opportunity to use the LEGO StoryStarter kits to create their own mythical tales and creations.

Towards the end of the session the groups will be asked to share what they have built and re-tell their stories to the class.

Girl with Lego Stonehenge model, in front of the real thing

Curriculum Links

This Discovery Visit sits well with the following curriculum links and can enhance your students' learning;

  • KS2 English - Increasing their familiarity with a wide range of books, including fairy stories, myths and legends and retelling some of these orally.
  • KS2 History - Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age

Session Information

  • Discovery Visits cost just £100 per class of up to 30 students
  • This is a 2 hour session and includes a tour of the Stones
  • Discovery Visits are available during term time and run from Tuesday to Thursday.
  • Booking is essential and can be made online or over the phone
Myths and Legends Discovery Visits at Stonehenge

Children using the LEGO StoryStarter kits at Stonehenge

Facilities

As part of your Discovery Visit, you'll have access to our education room throughout your 2 hour session. The education room is equipped with bag storage and toilets.

Coach parking is available in the coach park for a maximum of 2 hours.

Lunches can be provided for both students and teachers by booking in advance. A child's lunch is available at £4.25 per child. For every 10 lunches purchased an adult lunch will be provided free of charge.

Book Now

Book your visit now by calling our booking team on 0370 333 0606 or fill out our online booking form

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