West Midlands

Dan Westall
We run Interactive Stone Age history sessions for primary schools in our woodlands or in schools.

BRINGING THE SUBJECT ALIVE WITH AN INTERACTIVE HISTORY LESSON!

Experience the Stone Age first hand learning the skills and crafts of our ancestors in our woods or in your classroom. Get up close and personal with furs and skins, flint and obsidian tools, grass, pottery and rawhide baskets, hold the tools that your ancestors used to shape our future.

We take participants on a journey through the Stone Age discovering ancient skills and traditional crafts. Delve into the Stone Age to discover how our ancestors lived and thrived without modern equipment. We combine history with creativity encouraging participants to learn about their environment, ask questions about their ancestors and explore the uses of the natural resources around them.

Outback2basics
Richard Grove

Prehistoric landscapes of the south of England and can run field trips

Heritage Field Services
Ray Karl

Late Bronze Age to Early Medieval, social archaeology, archaeological techniques.

http://www.bangor.ac.uk/
Bangor University
Sally Pointer & Gareth Riseborough

Artefact handling, everyday life with a strong focus on craft skills from the Neolithic to Iron Age

http://sallypointer.com/
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Sally Pointer
Christian Hoggard

Neanderthals and flint tools

University of Southampton
Giles Carey
A prehistorian – specialising in kite photography, geophysical survey and using archaeological science and data in the classroom.

Happy to hear from teachers looking to use heritage data and science in the classroom and beyond.

Erin Lloyd Jones
Cadw