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Samuel Pepys Artefact Collection

Product Code: HI10028
Introduce Samuel Pepys and his famous diary to your class.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Role Play

Great for role play, this collection helps children immerse themselves in historical scenarios, enhancing their understanding of the period.

Historical Insight

Discuss what life was like for Samuel Pepys using authentic artefacts, providing a deeper understanding of his time.

Creative Writing

The artefacts inspire creative writing activities, allowing children to explore historical narratives and develop their storytelling skills.

Interactive Learning

Encourages active participation through hands-on exploration, making history an engaging subject for children.

Extends Chronological Knowledge

Supports Key Stage 2 curriculum by extending pupils' chronological knowledge beyond 1066 with tangible artefacts.

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Samuel Pepys Artefact Collection

Introduce Samuel Pepys and his famous diary to your class.


  • Engaging children in historical learning, this artefact collection brings history to life. The set includes a Samuel Pepys neck frill, a Great Fire of London photo activity pack, and a Tudor writing set. Perfect for creative writing, role play, and historical enquiry, it helps children imagine Samuel Pepys's life.

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  • Supporting the Key Stage Two curriculum, this collection extends chronological knowledge beyond 1066 and explores significant national events like the Great Fire of London. The artefacts make complex historical concepts tangible and impactful.

  • For Key Stage One, the artefacts illustrate events beyond living memory, such as the Great Fire of London, making history engaging and interactive for younger children.

Supports the National Curriculum

History, Key Stage 2, British History

A study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066.

History, Key Stage 1, Events Beyond Living Memory

Significant national or global events (the great fire of London or the first aeroplane flight), also, events commemorated through festivals or anniversaries.

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    Product includes

  • 1 x Samuel Pepys Neck Frill ,1 x The Great Fire of London Photo Activity Pack ,1 x Tudor Writing Set Pots,1 x Tudor Quill,1 x Parchment Paper Booklet,2 x Candlestick and Candle