Life in Roman Britain

Tying in with the discovery of a Roman temple near the site, this session explores the reality of life in Roman Britain.

Pupils are shown aspects of life in Roman Britain through three sessions, which are led by costumed characters and which cover a wide range of subjects, including army life, trade, politics, religion, slavery and entertainment. Handle real Roman objects and take part in some Roman battle exercises.

This is an all day session for KS2 and costs £8 per pupil.

This session we can accommodate up to 90 pupils and we deliver this session between March and December.

Please Download the PDF for further information about this education session.





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