Cost: £3.50 per child
Minimum Cost: £50
Duration: 90 minutes
Adults: minimum of 4
Age: Lower KS2
Pupils will become archaeologists and use their newly acquired skills to solve ‘The Mystery of the Thunderstone’. The session combines gallery work and handling of real artefacts, through which pupils will learn how to excavate, record, identify and interpret a selection of modern, Roman and Stone Age artefacts. Pupils will:
- Discover more about the types of evidence that archaeologists work with
- Participate in a sand-box excavation
- Investigate, handle and interpret real Roman and Stone-age material
- Learn how to interpret archaeological evidence
- Work in groups to explain ‘The Mystery of the Thunderstone’
If you are planning to spend time exploring the Museum either before or after your session, please contact the School Bookings Coordinator to check gallery availability.
Find out more…
Further details about the session are available with our School Bookings Coordinator on 0161 275 2630 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: we are currently unable to take bookings beyond 31 March 2018 due to exciting plans for redevelopment work in the Museum. Subscribe to our e-newsletter to for updates on our progress. .