• All of our workshops are designed to link into the Curriculum For Excellence, and to provide real life experiences for the pupils involved.  Every pupil will be able to work and handle replica objects, wear costumes, grow food and process it and taste it, and make objects, just as our ancestors did 2000 years ago.  

  • We like to start and finish our workshop sessions on the roundhouse mat, and we always finish off with a traditonal scottish storytelling for the last 15 minutes of the workshop. 

Click on the links below to find out more. Projects 1-3 are due to begin May 2013.

All other projects can be run any time.

1.  The Iron Age Bread Making Project Information and Curriculum Links PDF

  - There is only space for 10 schools to participate in 2013, so sign up soon!

2.  The Iron Age Porridge Making Project Information and Curriculum Links PDF

3. The Iron Age Dyes Workshop Information and Curriculum Links PDF

4. The Roman Pottery Workshop Inormation and Curriculum Links PDF

5. The Ancient House Building Workshop Information and Curriculum Links PDF

6. The Iron Age Village Building Workshop and Curriculum Links PDF

7. The Roman Fort Building Workshop and Curriculum Links PDF

8.  The Roman Wax Tablet Workshop and Curriculum Links PDF

9.  The Roman Mosaic Workshop PDF

10. Jacobite Tartan Weaving Workshop PDF

11. Viking Games workshop PDF

12. Egyptian Papyrus and Hieroglyph painting workshop PDF