Class Workshops

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Celts

Life in Celtic Wales

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Romans

Life in Roman Wales

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Tudors

Life in Tudor Wales

Person 5

The Homefront

living in Britain through World War II

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Celts and Romans

Life during the Roman invasion

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Ancient Egypt

Explore the mysteries of Ancient Egypt

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Victorians

Life of rich and poor children in Victorian Wales

Celts

Explore the daily life of people in Celtic Wales through hands on investigations using real and replica artefacts, historical enquiry, discussion and question and answer.

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The session includes:

  • An interactive workshop, with a range of hands-on, multi- sensory activities to compliment your classroom studies or as an introduction to the topic. Includes object handling, build a hillfort and investigating bones activity.
  • Interactive Celtic and Roman armour comparison
  • Four Tribes- An interactive campfire story telling activity around the Roman invasion. Challenges learners with problem solving and group work
  • Meet the archaeologist and the historian - Our experts have years of experience in museums and in the field, excavating archaeological sites and investigating the past.
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Skills Curriculum Links
Historical enquiry History
Group work Geography
Investigation skills Numeracy
Questioning and answering Literacy
Role Play Curriculum Cymraeg
Problem Solving
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Romans

Explore the daily life of people in Roman Wales through object handling using real and replica artefacts, historical enquiry, discussion and question and answer.

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The session includes:

  • An interactive workshop, with a range of hands-on, multi- sensory activities to compliment your classroom studies or as an introduction to the topic.
  • An interactive Roman armour discussion- find out how heavy and effective Roman armour was against the Celts.
  • Meet the archaeologist and the historian. Our experts have years of experience in museums and in the field, excavating archaeological sites and investigating the past.
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Skills Curriculum Links
Historical enquiry History
Group work Geography
Asking questions Numeracy
Analysing and investigating sources Literacy
Curriculum Cymraeg
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Tudors

Explore the daily life of people living in Tudor Wales through object handling using real and replica artefacts. Discover the buildings, sights and smells of the Tudor town.

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The session includes:

  • An interactive workshop, with a range of hands-on, multi- sensory activities to compliment your classroom studies or as an introduction to the topic. Includes investigation into health and medicine, food and clothing, jobs and entertainment.
  • What jobs did people have in Tudor times? How did rich and poor Tudors dress differently?
  • Meet the archaeologist and the historian. Our experts have years of experience in museums and in the field, excavating archaeological sites and investigating the past.
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Skills Curriculum Links
Historical enquiry History
Group work Geography
Investigation Numeracy
Problem solving Literacy
Chronological awareness Curriculum Cymraeg
Communication skills
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Homefront

What was it like for people living in Britain through World War II? Investigate the lives and experiences of the men women and children through object handling using real and replica artefacts, historical enquiry and engaging discussions.

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The session includes:

  • An interactive workshop, with a range of hands-on activities to compliment your classroom studies or as an introduction to the topic. A carousel of activities includes Morse code breakers, women’s jobs and rationing.
  • Interactive storytelling and outdoor investigation of your school yard! How can your school grounds help during World War II?
  • Meet the Land Army Girls- our experts have years of experience in museums and in the field, excavating historic sites and investigating the past. And we love dressing up!
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Skills Curriculum Links
Historical enquiry History
Group work Geography
Investigation Numeracy
Problem solving Literacy
Communication skills Curriculum Cymraeg
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Celts and Romans

Explore the daily life of Iron Age people and Romans during the Roman invasion through object handling using real and replica artefacts. How did the two cultures differ and interact?

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The session includes:

  • An interactive workshop, with a range of hands-on, multi- sensory activities to compliment your classroom studies or as an introduction to the topic. Includes object handling and mystery object investigation, mini dig and map activity.
  • Problem solving and group work.
  • Interactive Celtic and Roman armour comparison.
  • Meet the archaeologist and the historian. Our experts have years of experience in museums and in the field, excavating archaeological sites and investigating the past.
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Skills Curriculum Links
Historical enquiry History
Group work Geography
Investigation skills Numeracy
Questioning and answering Literacy
Role Play Curriculum Cymraeg
Group work
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Ancient Egypt

Explore the lives of the Egyptians by becoming explorers; read hieroglyphs, explores tombs, make your own pyramid and become a museum curator and solve the mystery object challenge.

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The session includes:

  • find out about Egyptian life through replica objects
  • investigate and solve clues
  • engaging group discussions
  • maps and photographs
  • Meet the archaeologist and the historian. Our experts have years of experience in museums and in the field, excavating archaeological sites and investigating the past.
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Skills Curriculum Links
Historical enquiry History
Group work Geography
Investigation skills Numeracy
Questioning and answering Literacy
Role Play Curriculum Cymraeg
Group work
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Victorians

Explore the lives of rich and poor children living in Victorian Wales through object handling using real and replica artefacts. Discover school life, home life and working life.

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The session includes:

  • Full classroom lesson with Victorian teacher including examples of lessons and punishments
  • Comparing rich and poor lives through different sources including real and replica objects
  • Dressing up and role play
  • maps and photographs
  • Meet the archaeologist and the historian. Our experts have years of experience in museums and in the field, excavating archaeological sites and investigating the past.
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Skills Curriculum Links
Historical enquiry History
Group work Geography
Investigation skills Numeracy
Questioning and answering Literacy
Role Play Curriculum Cymraeg
Group work
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