Learning at Bosworth

Inspiration Learning in Inspirational places

Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre provides a wealth of historical learning opportunity throughout all the key stages and indeed all the way through life. We provide a great menu of sessions for schools and colleges at the Centre.

Our approach to learning

  • Our approach to learning

    We provide hands-on, multi curricula-based learning sessions in exciting historical places.

  • Learning strategy

    Our strategy is to bring our important historical stories to life in our Museum sites, through our multi-skilled and engaging learning team.

    We work alongside Creative Learning Services who provide outreach sessions to schools and groups.

  • How we evaluate

    Evaluation is very important to us, so we can keep evolving and improving. We give every school group leader a digital and physical copy of our evaluation form and we encourage them to be returned so we can praise our facilitators or improve our sessions as required.

    We are also regularly assessed as part of the Sandford Award Scheme.

  • Learning partnerships

    We work closely with teachers to make our sessions as good and relevant as possible.

    We run a Heritage Learning Panel which we invite to support us with session pilots and advice on current curriculum needs.

The Romans at Bosworth

  • The Romans at Bosworth

    Why are we covering the Romans at a well known medieval battle site?

    During the search for Bosworth Battlefield between 2005 and 2012 an important Roman Temple site was found near the Heritage Centre. One of the possible sites of Boudica’s last stand in 61AD is just down the Roman Road at Mancetter. We tell this part of our story through education sessions and events.