Applications now open - Spring Bulbs for Schools
Plant bulbs in your school grounds to study climate change. Join this UK wide investigation and improve science and numeracy skills. All schools must apply by the end of July to take part in the following September. Free to all schools in Wales -spaces limited.
More information www.museumwales.ac.uk/scan/bulbs
Science, Geography and ESD&GC.
Caerleon, Roman Isca
A wonderful resource for children studying the Romans. It will support your delivery of the National Curriculum through the direct experience of Roman life at Caerleon. The pack contains information on Roman Wales and provides a guide to the Museum and ancient monuments. It also includes activity sheets. (Please note that only photocopied versions are available and are therefore at a reduced price.)
Price £5.00 inc. p&p
Explorer pack - for Amphitheatre and Barracks
This replica Roman satchel contains instructions, information and objects designed to help your group understand how the Romans used the amphitheater and barracks. Objects include Roman coins, caltrops and sponges on sticks.
The satchel can be borrowed in exchange for a deposit (credit card/ cheque / £30 cash).
You can download the instructions to read through before your visit below.
Making the most of your visit to Caerleon
An educational DVD created in collaboration with the Educational Business Partnership It has been produced with teachers who have had first-hand experience of the site and covers all aspects of a successful trip to the National Roman Legion Museum and Cadw’s historic monuments.
£11.49 (including P&P)
Teacher's Guide to Roman Caerleon
An exciting resource that helps you bring the ancient monuments to life. It contains a booklet explaining the background to the fortress with suggested questions, answers and activities. The pack also includes A3 colour images, and a Roman-style measuring string.
£24.45 (including P&P)
Match the soldiers to the weapons and armour, using the models in the gallery to help you.
Developed for Key Stage 2 pupils studying life in Roman Wales. This 20 minute film is written from a Roman perspective and is accompanied by a full set of teacher notes.
The result of a collaboration between National Museum Wales, Newport City Council and the Education Business Partnership, it features 8 teachers who scripted and acted in the film.Romans' TV
The Battle for Wales
A 4 minute film that tells the story of the Roman invasion. Suitable for any age group this is a perfect starting point for studying the Romans in Wales.The Battle for Wales
The Caerleon Challenge
The National Museum and Galleries of Wales has joined forces with CADW and Newport LEA, to develop an exiting multimedia resource for schools. The resource focuses on the Fortress Baths at Caerleon and is aimed at Year 3 children who study the Romans as part of their history curriculum.
The resource is in the form of a structured Microsoft PowerPoint presentation that allows the children to navigate through the tasks. The presentation also links to an exclusive multimedia resource bank provided by NMGW and CADW. The resource includes drawings, photos, video, virtual reality scenes and interactive drag and drop activities.The Caerleon Challenge