Mar 242014
 

Penshurst Place On Tuesday 18th March, Year 5 went on a school trip to Penshurst Place for the day.  It was very fun and exciting.  We first visited a Tudor maid who told us all about Tudor fashion and then Bella had to dress up in a Tudor dress, which she found most amusing!

After that we went to see a Spanish prisoner which was interesting. He gave us lots of information about Spain and how he got captured and how his ship came to an end.  Once he had finally realised that he should not be giving us that information, he told us to leave and we went to see the Pikemen who showed us all their weapons and let us hold some.

Next we went to the Tudor kitchen where we learnt all about Tudor food and what the sailors would have eaten or taken with them.  After that we saw a musician who played us some Tudor music, which I recognised. He was very talented and could play lots of different instruments.

Once he had finished, we went to see the barber-surgeon who taught us how the Tudors would cure injuries. Our final visit was to a man who taught us all the punishments and crimes you could commit..

Grace (Year 5)