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Take on the role of an archaeologist to investigate the lives of Londoners old and new.
Using a range of handling objects from the Roman times to present day, students will take on the role of an archaeologist and work in groups to uncover the hidden histories of London’s past.
This session will involve role play, object handling and art activities.
Free (but cancellation charges apply)
Each session (up to three per day) can be led to a maximum of 30 students
To discuss dates and to book these sessions, please contact the Community Learning Programme Manager on [email protected].
Please note: museum facilitators travel via public transport to deliver these sessions, so the earliest time that they can start is 10am.
Investigate the history and geography of the River Thames by engaging in interactive sessions with the Thames Explorer Trust.
This guided walk and museum visit will deepen chronological understanding and develop historical interpretation of the built environment, from Romans to Rodgers!
Be inspired by acclaimed performance poet Adisa and explore the legacy of slavery in Britain before creating your own poetry in this black history workshop.