Archaeology at Work: Time Travellers and Murder Mystery

100_2276Your pupils will have a unique, enjoyable learning experience outside the classroom where they will apply literacy, numeracy and social skills to a local context whilst handling real and replica objects from the Museum’s collection. Your pupils will see how different periods of history fit into the wider historical context of Bucks by investigating several periods, or focus on one and solve a murder mystery! You can choose from  the following periods: Stone Age Bronze Age, Roman, Anglo Saxon, Tudor, and Victorians

Curriculum links: English (up to lover KS2), Maths, Science, History

For further information on the contents and curriculum links in this workshop, click on the links below:
Year 1 – Archaeology at Work and Murder Mystery
Year 2 – Archaeology at Work and Murder Mystery
Year 3 – Archaeology at Work and Murder Mystery
Year 4 – Archaeology at Work and Murder Mystery
Year 5 – Archaeology at Work and Murder Mystery
Year 6 – Archaeology at Work and Murder Mystery

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BCM&RDCG – Year 1 Curriculum
BCM&RDCG – Year 2 Curriculum
BCM&RDCG – Year 3 Curriculum
BCM&RDCG – Year 4 Curriculum
BCM&RDCG – Year 5 Curriculum
BCM&RDCG – Year 6 Curriculum