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NEW FOR 2012!
ENJOYING YOUR LOCAL OPEN SPACE:
A CHILDREN’S PROJECT ABOUT PRIORY PARK
Hornsey Historical Society
This new Pack is aimed at children roughly between ages 8 and 12, or school years 5, 6 and 7.
It can be used by:
Parents and children as a family activity
Schools as a local history project
Home/School Associations as a week-end or holiday activity for parents and children
Local Primary and Secondary teachers as a transition project for Key Stage 2 children moving to Key Stage 3
Children’s groups such as Woodcraft Folk, Brownies, etc.
Any other groups of adults and children interested in finding out more about the history of their local park.
The pack contains:
A detailed history of Priory Park, chiefly for the adults
Many photos of the park over time
A guided walk through the park
Information and discovery sheets for the children to use
Interactive and group work for the children
Opportunities for written work during or after the walk
The work has been planned and written by Jennifer Bell and Janet Owen, who have over 70 years teaching experience between them. Jennifer and Janet are both members of the Archive Team at Hornsey Historical Society and are interested in promoting to children knowledge and love of local history and how it shapes our lives today.
THIS HHS PACK IS ON SALE AT: ‘THE OLD SCHOOLHOUSE’, 136 TOTTENHAM LANE, LONDON N8 7EL Phone: 020 8348 8429.
The Shop area is open Thursdays and Fridays from 10 am to 2pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm.