Learning at Flag Fen

Learning at Flag Fen

Excite the imagination as you and your students are transported back in time...

The Learning Programme at Flag Fen promotes exploration, enquiry and wonder in all things Prehistory.

See the different sessions to choose from below. We can adapt the sessions to suit your learning objectives. For example, we can adapt the activities to suit KS1 and can adapt the Dig It! day to suit a Roman or Anglo Saxon topic.

We are open all year round for school visits on one of our led activities.

Find out more or book a session - Call 01733 864 700 / 706 

Be transported back in time!

Survive or Thrive?

Survive or Thrive?

KS2

Exploring Prehistoric Life

Explore changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Handle real and replica prehistoric objects, enjoy a clay activity and a tour of the site. The day ends with storytelling in our Bronze Age roundhouse. Have a particular prehistoric focus? No worries, talk to us and we'll put a great day together.

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Survive or Thrive?

New session for 2018/19! 

An exciting synergy of history and outdoor learning. The immersive and hands-on activities develop practical skills and confidence as well as knowledge and understanding of how our prehistoric ancestors lived. Will you just survive or will you thrive in a day in the life of our forebears?

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Dig It!

Explore the role of Archaeology in finding out about the past as you unearth real and replica Roman and prehistory objects in our mock excavation pits as part of your day. Discover what these findings tell us about lives in the past.

Anglo Saxon topic? Talk to us about our option of children unearthing burial goods and a skeleton! The day can also include a further hands-on dying workshop with natural material. 

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Guided Tours

Short of time? Enjoy one of our guided tours that can be adapted to suit KS1 - KS4. Depending on your time available, the tour can be extended with an element of handling prehistoric objects in the roundhouse and/or a storytelling session. 

KS3+

Investigate why the archaeology at Flag Fen has survived so far and what factors could affect the underlying archaeology in the future.

Archaeological Science: Excavation

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Archaeological Science: Water Biology

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