School visits and learning opportunities
The site offers a rich learning environment to schools. It brings to life a hugely important part of Swansea’s history and fits in to the Cuuriculum Cymraeg on a number of levels. The site supports learning in History, Geography, Science, Literacy and Numeracy.
We have a team of volunteer tour guides who can lead school groups around the site and we have developed a resource for Key Stage 3 pupils to help teachers to explore the site’s history interacting with this website and the physical site itself.
Pupils from Hafod Primary School, Pentrehafod Secondary school and Ysgol Bryn Tawe have contributed to the site’s development, supporting the archaeological work on the site, contributing to the ideas for the concept of the artwork and recording part of the audio trail provides a range of exciting opportunities for learning.
Please contact us if you are interested in getting involved or arranging a visit.
Are you still running school visits. I teach at Waun Wen primary school and are looking to do a local history study with our KS 2 pupils starting in January and would be interested in arranging a visit/guided tour of the area.
We do arrange school visits from Spring to Autumn. We need to recruit some more volunteers in time for spring. IS your interest dependent on a visit now or can it wait for a few months.
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