History: Kings and Queens: A Medieval Banquet KS1 Lesson This lesson introduces the children to the types of food that were eaten by medieval kings and queens, compared to Queen Elizabeth II's coronation banquet. The children are asked to create their own medieval banquet fit for a king! History: Kings and Queens: A Medieval Banquet KS1 Lesson Pack 5 contains: Role Play Banquet Menu [PDF]5/5(1)Brand: Twinkl[PDF] Feasting: Overview - BBC A detailed look at the types of food eaten in the medieval period. Hands on Activity 1: Preparing a medieval feast Page 7 Students to prepare a banquet hall in a medieval style from table layout to music. Hands on Activity 2: Make a medieval snack Page 13 A chance for students to cook and taste authentic medieval gingerbread. Medieval Castle Layout: The Different Rooms and Areas of a A Medieval Castle layout – of the old castle in York, England. Credit: Steve Montgomery, CC-BY-SA-2.0. The Medieval Castle Layout of Farleigh Hungerford Castle. So let’s look at the layout of an excellent example of a Medieval castle – Farleigh Hungerford castle, in Somerset, UK.