Tent City University at St. Paul's Cathedral during the Occupy London protest. Image credit: duncan c
- How did a tea bag become a symbol for a protest movement?
- How have protest movements, including the Occupy movement, used public spaces?
Cambridge History for Schools runs hands-on workshops for students in Key Stage 2 and 3 in the Cambridge area.
On the morning of Saturday 8 November at the Faculty of History, West Road, Cambridge:
- Key Stage 2 (ages 7 to 11): Will Riddington, 'More Than Just Dates: signs and symbols in history' - create a protest movement and symbols of your own
- Key Stage 3 (ages 11 to 14): Kristen Kelbba, 'Public Parks and Their Politics' - design your own public space
Email or call: 01223 335302 to book a place.
The Cambridge History for Schools programme continues into the New Year with more workshops scheduled for 28 February and 9 May. Please see the full programme for more information.