In addition to our programme of RE trails and workshops, we offer for KS2:
- Religion in Roman Britain and Mosaics
- Victorian Experience
KS2: Victorian Experience
Children will take on the role of a Victorian schoolchild and experience several aspects of a typical school day. They will also learn about 'wash day' in a Victorian household and have the opportunity to handy some artefacts.
We are following Government Covid-19 guidance for out of school settings and have put measures in place for the safe use of equipment and to reduce the risk of contamination. Details can be found in our risk assessment.
To allow us to operate safely in our classroom setting, our maximum capacity for this workshop is 15 children.
KS2: Religion in Roman Britain
Archaeological digs in the local area have revealed numerous links between Southwark and the Romans. A number of Roman artefacts were discovered in the Cathedral crypt.
In an interactive trail, children will explore different aspects of life in Roman Britain, with a focus on religious beliefs and the rise of Christianity.
To enable us to operate safely, schools will be required to assign children to groups of no more than 15. Our maximum capacity for this session is 30 children.
An ideal partner for this is our Mosaics workshop.
After an introduction to the art of mosaic-making, children will make their own section of a mosaic design.
To allow us to operate safely in our classroom setting, our maximum capacity for this workshop is 15 children. If this workshop is paired with Religion in Roman Britain, we can accommodate 30 children for a day’s visit.