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  • History in Brass - bringing history to life, and to a school near you!
    and even National Trust venues like Nymans Gardens and Bodiam Castle Our mission is simply to allow children to enjoy history in the most hands on way possible by making their own brass rubbing from one of our many replica brasses Whether in school or having a day out with the family they are fascinated and charmed by these ancient figures caught in the fashions and armour of their times

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  • History in Brass - About History in Brass
    memorable and creative introduction to the history period under study Out of school History In Brass forms a unique attraction at some of the most well known and popular tourist and visitor sites like Bodium Castle and the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum Our appearance dates in 2009 at these and other venues can be found at Outdoor Events We are always pleased to consider appearances at Shows and

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  • History in Brass - How it works
    are studying The children are then divided up into convenient groups often by class and are allowed to create their own brass rubbings using the facsimiles and materials provided by us Tailored to illustrate particular curriculum topic talks illuminate Life in Tudor Times Medieval Realms Victorian Britain Castles and Cathedrals or more specific subjects like Knights and Armour or Signs and Symbols the choice is yours History in brass can also be incorporated very effectively in an Arts or History week We can cater for up to 150 children in a day and of course governors parents and other visitors are always most welcome to attend Why use History in Brass A visit from History in Brass provides teachers with a safe controllable and above all highly effective resource The children are involved and informed Parents and Governors are always welcome to attend and everyone is delighted with the day s results created by children of all ability levels Lively question and answer introductory talk Illustrated with larger then life original brass rubbings A perfect fit with many National Curriculum topics Every child has a successful educational and fun day Large numbers can be accommodated All materials are provided and

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  • History in Brass - Special events and fairs
    activity days fetes and other special events We can even dress to suit the period The History In Brass area is always a hive of activity for children of all ages drawn like magnets to this fascinating and unusual pursuit Many children come time and time again to the same venue simply to make another beautiful brass rubbing Including History In Brass in event advertising can significantly increase attendance Why

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  • History in Brass - get in contact
    about History in Brass simply use the reply mechanism below or call Elizabeth on 01273 834323 Your name Your email Your message Postal address History In Brass Mandarin House 33 High Street Hurstpierpoint West Sussex BN6 9TT Email historyinbrass easynet

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  • History in Brass - Elizabeth Linn
    indeed the whole rich panoply of English history Liz is married with three grown up children and lives in Hurstpierpoint East Sussex The company she founded over twenty years ago History In Brass is staffed by teaching professionals and visits schools across the south of England and makes regular appearances at a wide variety of outdoor events By means of original brass rubbings and facsimile brasses they provides insights into

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  • History in Brass - more learning resources
    so we provide a series of follow on activities to supplement and enhance any visit Please see some examples below Medieval and Tudor worksheet Victorians worksheet How much do you know Shield Crossword Design your own brass rubbing Follow up worksheet Lessons prior to your visit from History in Brass We have provided a basic lesson outline here that can be planned at an appropriate level for children across Key stages 1 2 and 3 It can be used as an activity prior to the pupils visit from History in Brass and will help the children to focus their attention on what they would like to learn from the History in Brass team Researching brasses worksheet All about brass memorials worksheet Researching brasses teacher s notes Inspired by history History in Brass visited The Greville School in Ashtead Following the visit Year 5 children produced some beautifully original poems According to their teacher Mrs Ludeman the children were not only inspired by the activity but as you can read by the history behind it Below is just a small sample of their work View full size View full size View full size View full size View full size View full

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  • History in Brass - a curriculum based learning resource
    are provided for teachers to use in subsequent lessons Medieval brasses From the late thirteenth century to the Wars of the Roses vast numbers of memorial brasses were made These give us a unique picture of life in the middle ages the elegant ladies fashions the changes in armour and the importance of religion are beautifully illustrated by these larger than life pictures Lions dogs dragons even rabbits also feature but what do they signify Let us reveal the secrets Read more Tudor brasses In Tudor times brass memorials were often used as a status symbol as well as a way of remembering an ancestor Heraldic tabards dog kennel headdresses griffins eagles a sheep and a woolpack a group of children all these can be found engraved on brass plates by craftsmen living in the reigns of Henry VIII and his children The life size brass rubbings we use to illustrate our introductory talk will illustrate many unusual aspects of Tudor life Read more Victorian brasses The magnificent churches the Victorians built often recreated Medieval or Tudor designs Inside these churches were furnished in much the same way as their earlier counterparts Victorians were fascinated by memorial brasses and their

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