Archaeology on a school trip is a fantastic way to cover this subject weather it’s at primary key stage 1 and 2 or history and archaeology in secondary or higher education this curriculum subject gets covered in pre-history from key stage 1 to 4. There are many fantastic venues, workshops, tours and talks from these time periods such as Stone Age to Ancient Romans, Greeks & Egyptians. Plus, science-based workshops purely in archaeology, chemistry, dinosaur and fossil analysis.
We provide a fantastic amount of venues that a pre-history school trip can experience such as the jorvik group covering Viking, Saxon and Tudor times where you can investigate this period and see how they lived. Plus, exciting excavation pits that your pupils can dig for archaeological artefacts. English Heritage provide endless venues within the UK covering historic sites and museums in relation to school trip pre-history of the Romans, Saxons, Picts and Vikings also. Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery cover school trip pre-history at their museum and provide your school trip with tours and workshops on this subject of Archaeology and school trip pre-history.
Archaeology is studied in schools in the UK, all actively delivering curriculum-based learning in regard to popular archaeological themes as highlighted above but to gain a real InSite for pupils and students this can only be done on a school trip. Archaeological school trips play a key role in real time visits to historic sites and museums for real engagement and lifelong hands memorable experiences.