Hands-on
Key stages: Key stage 2, Key stage 3
For: Supplementary schools
Everyday objects of an Anglo Saxon

Everyday objects of an Anglo Saxon

The lives of Anglo-Saxons are revealed through objects in this engaging session.

Session description

London is an ever-changing city, influenced by the many groups of people that have called it home from prehistoric times to present day.

This hands-on session uses images and handling objects from our collection to explore German heritage in London from the Anglo-Saxon period to post medieval times and beyond. Students are also invited to bring in objects from home which reflects their identity today.

This session can be used as part of a bilingual German language session, led in collaboration with the class teacher.

Cost:

 Free (but cancellation charges apply)

Group size:

 Each session (up to three per day) can be led to a maximum of 30 students

Session duration:

 60 minutes

How to book this session

To discuss dates and to book these sessions, please contact the Community Learning Programme Manager on [email protected].

Additional handy information

Please note: museum facilitators travel via public transport to deliver these sessions, so the earliest time that they can start is 10am.