St John's House Museum, Warwick.
|Duration||3 hours, from 10.15am - 2.15pm|
Invasion, treasure, ownership.
This story world adventure enlists the children as a team of archaeologists, commissioned to support archaeologist Maude Cleaver secure the ‘treasures’ of a wonderful Anglo-Saxon burial site. An opportunity to explore the culture of the Anglo-Saxons using archaeological evidence to prove the value of a site where a supermarket ‘giant’ wishes to build a store. This practical workshop covers Anglo-Saxon daily life and work, their craftsmanship and their writing, whilst exposing the children to first world issues related to heritage, the value of our history, conservation, and development.
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History key skills and understanding
English key skills and understanding
Citizenship key skills and understanding