Planning a School Visit to Alcester Roman Museum

School bookings will resume for the academic year 2021/22 but with a revised format.

Due to Covid constraints the education programme will not be available in the same format for the academic year 2021/2022. A pack of resources has been developed by our education team to enable teachers to deliver the sessions successfully themselves.

The pack includes children’s workbooks, comprehensive teaching notes and all the resources needed for an enjoyable and worthwhile visit to the Museum. We can also give you access to a fun video of an imaginary day in the life of Roman Alcester,

For details, available dates and costs please contact Barbara Swinn on barbaraswinn2007@btinternet.com

The Museum offers a fascinating and interesting “hands – on” opportunity for your pupils which can cover several National Curriculum areas. A day’s visit could introduce pupils to: History units 6A and 18 as well as Citizenship units 5 and 10. If you are already adjusting your planning to be in line with the new primary curriculum then this visit will fit in with many of the skills required.

A day’s visit can comprise a wide variety of activity. Lunch can be eaten in the safe environment of the courtyard or, if wet, space can be found indoors. There is a small shop with suitably priced articles for children.

Contact Barbara Swinn for more information. School bookings are accepted on Tuesdays when the museum is closed to the general public.

Email: barbaraswinn2007@btinternet.com

Teachers – bring your class on a rewarding school visit

Roman Alcester offers hands-on visits linked to the National Curriculum Key Stage 2. Other age groups can be accommodated by special arrangement. Children can make use of all the museum’s facilities to bring Roman Britain alive. They can handle pottery and other artefacts and maybe dress in Roman armour for a photo opportunity. The visits have become an increasingly popular part of the Museum’s activities.

Have Fun with Your Children’s University Passport
Children’s University Passport

Your task is to discover Alcester with your friendly Roman guide Clodius

It involves searching for clues and answers in Alcester Roman Museum and then going out into Alcester to do a town trail.

Alcester is a small market town with a long history!
Explore from Roman times to the present day through museum and town trail activities.

Suitable for ages 7-12, all abilities.

For the town trail allow approximately one hour plus, but this could be spread over a number of occasions.

The trail costs £1.20 per child and is worth two stamps in their passports.

Contact: alcesterheritage@gmail.com