We had a very exciting and busy week last week, hosting return visits by pupils from Mountain Ash Comprehensive, Blaengwawr High and Cathays High. In a packed schedule they had tours of the department’s archaeology and conservation labs, of the special historic book collection SCOLAR, and interactive Medieval, Roman and Nineteenth Century sessions, as well […]
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I really liked our lesson on History and Archaeology it was so cool, I loved the clothes, helmet and the sword they were my favourite. The helmet was so heavy! It is so unbelievable that all of the artefacts are over 2000+ years old! I can’t even imagine what it was like 2000 years ago! […]
I found this lesson very enjoyable and educational, my favourite part was when we got to hold and feel the artefacts. I would’ve liked to see all the artefacts. It made me realise that I want to go to Cardiff University to study history…I really like the students because they were very kind and helpful. […]
The lesson about the Romans was amazing. It made me realise that I would like to go to Cardiff University to help the archaeologists when I am older. It was really fun and interesting. I find it amazing that artefacts from thousands of years ago are still around today and will probably survive for many […]
SHARE with Schools shows the children that university is accessible … if you go to university you can do any kind of history, and work with interesting artefacts. ~ What teachers tell us.
The pupils were so excited and remembered everything they had done…they were speaking Sanskrit in their RE lessons! ~ What teachers tell us about the return visits to Cardiff University’s School of History, Archaeology and Religion.
I have parents asking, ‘Are my children going to Cardiff University this year?’ ~ What teachers tell us about the return visits to Cardiff University’s School of History, Archaeology and Religion.
Some photos from our recent trip to Willows High School in Tremorfa, Cardiff, where we delivered our medieval and 19th century workshops. It was our first ever trip to Willows. We were delighted with some of the responses given and work that the groups produced, and especially impressed that the pupils stayed engaged with us for […]
The children think [about SwS undergraduates] ‘I can see myself as that person’, they seem relevant. ~ What teachers tell us.
I’m glad that I did this today: I thought it was going to be boring but it was actually really fun! ~ What we overheard one pupil telling her teacher after a workshop.