Tag Archives: KS1

What’s in your school grounds?

Hey, we couldn’t resist this one – a school in Reading has come up trumps – a hoard of Roman coins has been discovered in its grounds! The Ridgeway Primary School are the lucky school in question. As part of … Continue reading

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Time Detectives in the North East…

It was up to County Durham that I travelled last week, to meet the time detectives of The Links Primary School in Stockton-on-Tees, and what fantastic time detectives they were! I really love what I do and to hear the … Continue reading

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KS1 Archaeology!

I had a brilliant time recently at St John’s Primary School in Sandbach Heath.  I was thrilled by the sea of eager faces grinning up at me as I explained how archaeology was “rubbish” and demonstrated how archaeologists excavate artefacts. … Continue reading

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Exciting Egyptians in Doncaster for KS1

What a great day we had at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School in Doncaster! Recently back from excavating in Egypt ;-), Dr Catherine and Dr Ian  were keen to train a new generation of archaeologists and Egyptologists. … Continue reading

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Children, Archaeology and Unexpected Interpretations

Below is the edited transcript of a presentation I gave at Dearne Valley Archaeology Day in 2012.  I’ve also uploaded it as a PDF document onto Academia.edu. Children, Archaeology and Unexpected Interpretations The Teletubby House I recently read a book, … Continue reading

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