Roman Education and Greek Education in Schools From Past Lives
Past Lives 
Roman Day
Roman Day with Titus the Centurion.
  • Session 1. Registration until break. Why the Romans come to Britain, differences between Celtic warriors and Roman soldiers, the Roman soldiers equipment and his weapons
  • Session 2. Break until dinner. Daily life of a soldier, trying things on and Roman army training with swords, shields provided and all commands in Latin.
  • Session 3. Dinner until end of the day. Handling artefacts and then a choice of two from the following Games of Death, a Roman ball game and the Boudican rebellion.
  • Roman day for years 7 and above features a timeline of Roman military equipment from 4 B.C.E until 4 C.E showing how design and technology changes to meet the enemies of Rome.
Titus and a Child in school Child dressed as roman Children with a chainmail shirt
Murray Edwards has used his experience of being a historical re-enactor to educate yet give children fun learning about the Ancient periods of Greece and Rome which he has been doing for over ten years on a full time basis. Why choose Murray to visit your School? With the price of coaches today it is cheaper to have Murray in one of his role’s visit your school. He is with you all day, has risk assessments on request, the children do not loose time travelling to a site and has many artefacts for the children to touch. The fee will depend on how many pupils and the distance to travel, long distances may require a fee for accommodation.
Children with Titus

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