'The Big Bromley Hero Hunt' (formerly known as 'Local Heroes') is an interactive performance designed for Key Stage 2 pupils in schools, and as a community event for the public. It has been created specifically for the children of Bromley to help them discover some of the amazing past and present residents of the Borough, the places they are connected with, and how their legacies can inspire us today and in the future.
'The Big Bromley Hero Hunt' comes with follow up materials for schools to encourage further learning; and an enrichment activity to challenge families to have fun discovering more of Bromley's heritage together.
'The Big Bromley Hero Hunt' in your school will:
Help your school meet:
Local History requirements of KS2 National Curriculum
Outcomes of the Ofsted Inspection Framework for Quality of Education and Personal Development
SMSC development goals
Encourage pupils to examine how the past shapes our present and future
Engage pupils with their local community and inspire them to visit local heritage sites
Stimulate pupils to think about their own aspirations
Support Classroom learning on History, Science, Literacy, Citizenship, Black History
Provide an opportunity to experience live, interactive performance
Give teachers extensive follow up materials based on the show
Cost to have 'The Big Bromley Hero Hunt' in your school:
1st show: £240 for up to 120 children
2nd or 3rd show in the same day: £180 per show
Length: 75 minutes
Click here to read about The Big Bromley Hero Hunt project in the local press
Feedback for 'The Big Bromley Hero Hunt' :
"Amazing! They learnt loads, as did I. Teachers and kids transfixed the whole way through!"
- Rebecca Elliot ,Yr5 teacher & History Leader, Biggin Hill Primary School
"A great, engaging and fun show" "The children were excited with their new knowledge about their community"
"Children and staff loved it"
- KS2 teachers, Scotts Park Primary School
"Wonderful, inspiring and moving", "a lovely time for all", "great idea", "brilliant, fun and informative", "fantastic!"
- Public audience at Bromley Central Library