Key Stage 3History: Monkeys in HistoryMondays 3pm - 3.50pm

Units of Study:

The Monkey of Navan Fort – An ancient monkey that may prove that ancient Ireland was more connected to the world than we think.
Jacco Macacco – the Fighting Monkey of London
The Darwin ‘Ape’ – The Theory of Evolution and How it Rocked the World
King Louis – Kipling, the Jungle Book and Empire
Able and Miss Baker – How Monkeys beat Humans into Space
Donkey Kong – The History of Nintendo

Lessons: 6 X 50 Minute Lessons

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Starts: 5th September @ 3pm

The Course

By popular demand, this course will explore a range of historic periods and themes through the lens of some very famous monkeys (and apes!) History is a wonderfully diverse subject and does not need to focus on great people, kings and wars. These creatures will give students a glimpse of incredible stories from the question of where Irish people came from to a monkey that fought dogs in 19th century London. By using the monkey as a lens by which to look at history we may well discover a lot about ourselves.

Units of Study

The Monkey of Navan Fort – An ancient monkey that may prove that ancient Ireland was more connected to the world than we think.

Jacco Macacco – the Fighting Monkey of London

The Darwin ‘Ape’ – The Theory of Evolution and How it Rocked the World

King Louis – Kipling, the Jungle Book and Empire

Able and Miss Baker – How Monkeys beat Humans into Space

Donkey Kong – The History of Nintendo

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History: Monkeys in History

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Curriculum: Key Stage 3
When: Mondays 3pm - 3.50pm
First Lesson: 5th September @ 3pm
Length: 6 Weeks
Lessons: 6 X 50 Minute Lessons

Units of Study:

The Monkey of Navan Fort – An ancient monkey that may prove that ancient Ireland was more connected to the world than we think.
Jacco Macacco – the Fighting Monkey of London
The Darwin ‘Ape’ – The Theory of Evolution and How it Rocked the World
King Louis – Kipling, the Jungle Book and Empire
Able and Miss Baker – How Monkeys beat Humans into Space
Donkey Kong – The History of Nintendo