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Stone Age to Iron Age
Description

Key stage 1 and 2 students will gain an understanding of the changes that took place between the Stone Age and Iron Age in Britain.

Students will discover original archaeological remains, some found locally,  and through the handling of the objects use their investigative skills like archaeologists to explore materials, manufacture and use. The session will culminate with the placement of the objects into chronological order.

Location Northampton Museum and Art Gallery
Appropriate for Key stages 1 and 2
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significant historical events, people and places in their own locality

changes in Britain from the Stone age to the Iron age

understand some of the ways in which we find out about the past and identify different ways in which it is represented

identify similarities and differences between ways of life in different periods 

Session length 1 hour
Session capacity 35 children plus supervising adults
Supervisory Ratios We ask schools to follow NSPCC guidelines as outlined in our terms and conditions.
Resources Once you have booked your visit with us you will receive a copy of our resources that can be used on gallery and in the classroom.
Cost £140