Life of a Roman Soldier – Outreach
Tying in with the discovery of a Roman temple near the site, this session explores the reality of life in Roman Britain, recreated in a programme of activity that brings history to life. Pupils meet a Roman soldier, Marcus Vitius Valens, who take the pupils on a journey of discovery as they learn about army life, trade, politics, religion, slavery and entertainments.
*We have made some small changes to keep the pupils, adults and the facilitators safe. But despite these changes, the facilitators will still be delivering an engaging and informative session for the pupils to support their learning in the classroom.
Duration: Talk to our booking team to discuss whether you would like a 1 hour session, half-day or full day
Cost: £4 per student per hour
National Curriculum Links:
The Roman Empire and its impact on Britain (e.g. the Roman Empire by AD 42 and the power of its army) and the British resistance including Boudica
Significant historical events, people and places in their own locality – a local history study
Extending pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066
The development of church, state and society in medieval Britain 1066-1509: the Wars of the Roses
Pupils to listen and respond appropriately to adults and their peers, ask relevant questions and justify answers, arguments and opinions