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West Midlands

The Lunt Roman Fort Coventry Road, Baginton, CV8 3AJ

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MONTHS OPEN

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

AGE GROUPS SERVED

PreSchool, 5 to 7 years, 8 to 10 years, 11 to 13 years, 14 to 16 years, College, University

An excellent example of an early Roman fort & the only reconstructed Roman cavalry fort in Britain. Based on archaeological evidence the imposing wooden gateway & ramparts have been reconstructed to create a glimpse into the history of Roman Britain.

Listed under: Day Trip Destinations | History | Historic Buildings | Historical Heritage | Museums | Special Educational Needs (SEN)


What we offer

The Lunt is an excellent example of an early Roman fort and is the only reconstructed Roman cavalry fort in Britain. Based on the archaeological evidence on site, the Lunt's imposing wooden gateway and ramparts have been reconstructed to create a glimpse into the history of Roman Britain.

Educational visits to the Lunt are tailored to the Key Stage 2 History curriculum, supporting your study of the Roman Empire and its impact on Britain.

What makes us a great choice?

The Lunt is the only reconstructed Roman cavalry fort in Britain. School sessions at the Lunt are very popular and to avoid disappointment we recommend booking your visit at least a term in advance. When calling us to make your provisional booking, please have several possible dates in mind.

Accreditation and Awards

We are holders of the LOtC Quality Badge.

Group Sizes Catered For

May – September: maximum 60 children (half days and full days)

After February half term – April: maximum 40 children (half days and full days)

October – November : maximum 40 children (half days and full days)

Materials, Resources & Information Provided

Downloadable free PDF teachers’ resource pack is available for Following in the Footsteps of Soldiers:

http://www.luntromanfort.org/ 

Photography, Filming & Audio Restrictions

Photography is permitted except where stated.

Risk Assessment Details

Teachers are responsible for drawing up a School Risk Assessment in advance of their visit, following education authority and/or DfE guidelines. The Lunt's model risk assessment is provided for guidance only.

Education Officer Information

Andrew Peel: 02476 237523

Pricing Information

Our facilitated sessions are competitively priced at £3 per pupil (minimum session cost of £40 applies), but why not make a day of it and have a full day for £5 per child (minimum cost £60)?

Clothing Requirements

Please bear in mind most of the site is outdoor.

First Aid Information

We endeavour to always have a first aider on site, however we advise schools to bring a first aider to ensure direct and prompt medical assistance.

Available Facilities

A lunch space is available in the Lunt’s museum, or you might like to picnic outside if the weather is fine - please discuss lunch arrangements with our staff at the time of booking.

Our gift shop has a wide variety of items on sale. Please let us know in advance if your school group are intending to use the shop, or alternatively we can prearrange gift bags for you.

Accessibility & Disabled Facilities

We welcome visits from SEN groups and are happy to explore how we can deliver our sessions most appropriately for these pupils.

The Lunt is accessible to visitors with disabilities.

There are pathways throughout the site, ramped access to the museum and adapted toilet facilities.

Opening Hours & Information

The Lunt is open on weekdays for pre-booked visits only. We are closed from early December and normally reopen after the February half term holiday.

Testimonials

'To see a 'real' fort was lovely after learning about them for many weeks. Timing of the day was excellent and booking arrangements very thorough. The two ladies running the workshop were lovely. They had excellent knowledge. Many thanks.? April 17


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