To become familiar with Hull city centre and its many historical locations.
To learn about the role of an ambassador and what the term means.
To be able to name historic and current ambassadors of Hull and explain why they are important to our history.
To build children’s enthusiasm in the City of Hull so they feel ownership for their city.
To encourage children to continue to research the history of their city and have a desire to contribute to its future.
To feel a sense of pride about the city that they live in.
Morning workshop at the KCOM Learning Zone with group discussions about Hull’s history, future plans and developments, famous landmarks and people who have influenced the city’s development over the centuries.
Field research (supervised and supported), going out into the city centre with questionnaires, asking people’s views of the city and why Hull is important as a city and as a Port.
Further workshops compiling the information from the surveys and feeding back to the whole group.
Treasure hunt—further fieldwork following the ‘Ambassador Trail’.
Final group discussions about Hull’s heritage and history and City of Culture.