Learning at The Commandery
“Great experience for the children. Educational, exciting and brilliant value for money.” KS2 teacher
The Commandery is the perfect place to bring local and national history to life. It is the very place where, in 1651, the decisive battle at the end of the civil war took place, ending the rule of the monarchy in England.
The Commandery offers a whole host of hand-on activities and workshops for all ages and abilities. Discover what life was like during Stuart times and find out what it would take to be ready for battle during the Civil War. Take a walk up to Fort Royal to learn more about the Battle of Worcester and discover the birth of democracy.
When you visit us, the day will include learning sessions led by us and a self-led session around the building. Two facilitated sessions and a self-led session will be £6.50 per child.
We request a 1:10 adult to staff ratio (1:6 for very young children). We are happy to make exceptions where SEN or behavioural issues require additional support, please note this on the booking form and we will happily discuss.
We can tailor all visits and activities to your learners, including SEND learners and home educated groups. Simply mention your additional requirements when you enquire or book with us.
Learning Sessions at The Commandery
We offer the following sessions for schools. Please bear in mind that these sessions are guidelines but can be adapted to suit your pupils’ ages and SEND requirements or to suit your educational programme.