Topics Covered

Daily Life
The Roman Army
Roman Entertainment


Activities Offered

Roman Artefacts
Army Games
Drama & Roleplay
Make a Roman Aqueduct*
Opportunity to ask Questions

Big Quiz to round off the day!

*This is an optional teacher-led activity when we are working with multiple classes. If working with one class, we are happy to share how to run the activity with you to use at some other point in your topic.

In More Detail…

Let us take you back to the times when the Roman empire was at its height. We will teach the students who was in power and who was the most important. They will find out about how Roman people lived and what they did for entertainment – including having a good gossip at the local baths.

Gods were an important part of society. Time permitting, we will introduce the students to a selection of Gods. They will find out who was the most powerful and who was the most useful. The students will find out about the poor city of Pompeii and the fate which befell it.

Crime was rife in Roman times. The students will find out what kinds of things went on, and more importantly, what was the punishment. They will take a look at some Roman laws. They were one of the first groups of people to write their laws down so that they could be recorded.  A lot of the laws created by the Romans are still in use in society today.

No Roman workshop would be complete, without a look at the Roman Army. We will teach the students what makes a good soldier, and put them to the test to see if they would have made the cut – or maybe they will just receive their punishment of decimation!


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Up to 90 children (3 classes) can take part in a full days workshop. For large groups we will need to split the day up slightly.


A big hall is ideal for large groups. However quite often we can fit into one or more classrooms dependent on the group size.

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Check out our YouTube channel for free videos covering all aspects of history. In addition to this you will find free worksheets linked in the descriptions.

Meanwhile, if you have a particular subject you’d like us to make a video about, let us know and we’ll certainly add it to our list!

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