In a series of activities delivered with sensitivity and respect, your students will combine objects and enquiry-based questioning to investigate Britain’s role in the history of the transatlantic slave trade. Understanding the significance of Plymouth as a transatlantic trading port, students will discover the individuals and grassroots movements that led to the Abolition movement.
- Key Stages:
- Key Stage 3,
- Key Stage 4
- Transatlantic Slavery,
- The Americas,
- The Triangle of Trade,
- Sir Francis Drake,
- Sir John Hawkins
|Price||£5 per student (including VAT)|
|Group size||(minimum) 30 students|
Please send us your booking enquiry at least four weeks before your planned visit.