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our historic heroes

We incorporate a number of engaging elements into our workshops to make them as memorable and enjoyable for the children as possible.


Attention grabbing shows that are action packed designed to entertain all ages


Mix up your teaching with our hands-on inspirational workshops supporting the curriculum


Heroes of history educates schools about some of the greatest and most inspiring leaders we've had in our history.

role play

We strongly encourage and implement role play in our workshops. Children engage best in this way helping them learn with ease, creating lasting memories


We bring all the equipment and materials necessary for providing the most unforgettable visit for your school

History of heroes

Including large interactive performances, open-ended workshops and intimate classroom-based sessions, our unique range of History Workshops and Shows for Primary Schools offers perspectives on the lives of people in the past – and asks important questions about ways that the past has affected the present. There are four exciting options we speak about such as:
Black History Month; Heroes include - Rosa Parks, MLK

  • Romans - reenactment with the children
  • Britishness: Heroes include the Queen of england
  • WW2 - Heroes include Alan Turing

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After an introductory talk, the focus of the romans workshop is life in britain under the pax Romana.

The children will explore the dramatic change in the lifestyle of even the lowliest of citizens after the arrival of the roman legions, touch artifact and feel the excitement of the games in the arenas just like in the times of 31 BC



Defining elements of British culture, how Britain has changed over the years through a fantastic diverse population and many more.

Through a range of dance, props and presentations we take students back into the history of the moments that defined Britain. We also get to grips with how Queen Elizabeth has had such a profound effect on the union and helped us through some testing times.

World War 2

The workshop is an exciting look at how life was different during World War Two. We will learn how inspiring individuals help turn the tide of the war for the allies.

Our main Hero for this workshop is Alan Turing, an incredibly clever man who is often overlooked in history but we highlight his contribution to the Code breakers at Bletchley Park.


What Schools Say

We strive to make our visits entertaining and engaging as much as we do educational

St John's Manchester

"Hero's of History came in and really got the kids excited about WW2. The students were really immersed in the scene".

Woodgate Primary, Birmingham

"I thought the workshop had great content, and was delivered well. The presentation was fantastic, and the children particularly enjoyed the activities".

Hampton School, London

"They made the day a truly memorable one to help the students learn in a completely different way to a normal history lesson"!

St Luke's, Leeds

"Wonderful workshops. Inspiring and memorable as they said they'd be - children had a fantastic time"!


Our Enhanced DBS checked team ensure that the children's health, safety and wellbeing are always top priority


We bring our sessions to life by giving the children the right amount of knowledge with a generous dollop of enjoyment!


Our topics include curriculum based content and education. This will give history class a fresh perspective for the students.


Our goal for the techniques and advice to stay and benefit the children not just during our visit, but all throughout their futures
a new take on history workshops


Students can now learn about a variety of important lessons based on true events that happened in the world, with the new and improved historic shows and sessions by Heroes of History

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Book Your Visit


    Simply send a quick email to team@heroes-of-history.com or fill in our contact form below


    We will help you find mutually convenient dates to suit when you would like a visit


    Choose your preferred workshop and customise your schedule to ensure all the kids you would like to take part are included


    Sit back and relax. Our presenting team are trained to be self starters and will require very little direction to ensure a fun and enjoyable visit!

Sarah Mitchell

“I had a blast learning about such significant history in such a fun and kid friendly way, the kids seemed to love it. I definitely recommend. ”

Sarah Mitchell

Ryan Poole

“I am so glad we got Heroes of History to join us at our school. What a way to incorporate such serious important topics into drama. Very knowledgeable”.

Ryan Poole

Rachel Hopkins

“if there was a way I could teach my students history like this everyday I would do it. Ive never seen my students so concentrated and intrigued.”

Rachel Hopkins




  • Immersive workshops
  • Fun and informative
  • Workshops for reception to Year 6
  • In line with KS2 curriculum
  • Get hands on


  • Engaging for the Whole School
  • Workshops for reception - Year 6
  • Caters to all needs Immerse your students
  • In line with Curriculum guidance


  • Hands on fun for the whole school
  • Promoting British Values
  • Catering for all year groups
  • In line with DFE
  • Best of Britain

Common Questions

Heroes of History runs workshop in both small and large primary schools, including those with special educational needs

Yes! All our workshops are adapted to suit the age and learning level of each age-group making sure all children get the most out of our visits

we actually have them act out or play the role of our heroes and this way it gets them talking, acting and learning all at the same time.

We visit all over the UK but please note that we accept bookings on a first-come first-served basis. Book your date now to avoid disappointment!

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Where we Visit

Our Headquarters

86-90 Paul Street, London EC2A, 4NE

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