Bringing history to life at Gulliver’s Land

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City schoolchildren are being encouraged to visit Gulliver’s Dinosaur Park to brush up on their history.

The theme park is offering primary schools the opportunity to use their facilities as a school for the day where parents can drop off and pick up their children from the entrance.

Planned changes to the National Curriculum will see children start off learning about history with archaeology, dinosaurs and a planet without people.

Julie Dalton, managing director at Gulliver’s, said: “The teachers and children who visit have a great time and we really believe that our dinosaur park is a valuable and exciting place to start to learning history. Children see first-hand the sheer scale, excitement and diversity that studying history can offer. And by using the dinosaur park as a school for the day they’re saving on travel costs.”

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