IWCEP - Cultural Education Partnership Ident - Teal, Pink and Fern
Fulfilling the creative potential of young people on the Isle of Wight

The Impact of the Romans

  • Facilitator Led
  • Romans
  • Key stage 1, Key stage 2, Key stage 3, Key stage 4, Key stage 5

What to expect

Award-winning Visitor Centre and Museum offering a unique insight into Roman life in Britain, from beautifully preserved mosaic floors to an extensive collection of Roman archaeology.

This half day visit and workshop will help pupils understand the impact of the Romans on society. Includes museum entry and carousel of Roman themed activities using real and replica items. There is potential to extend the visit with self-guided activities outside the museum.

Additional Workshops

Artefact Handling

Sort replica and real objects into categories to better understand Roman life at the Villa

Duration: 30mins | Max. pupils: 45 | Cost: £1.50/pupil

Indoor Archaeology

Use sand trays to discover more about Roman artefacts.

Duration: 30mins | Max. pupils: 45 | Cost: £1.50/pupil

Mosaic Coaster Making

Each student will create their own mini mosaic to take away. All material included.

Duration: 30mins-1hr | Max. pupils: 60 | Cost: £3.25/pupil


About Brading Roman Villa
The museum is housed within its own purpose built building with a dedicated education room for visiting schools. Each visit is put together as a package to meet the needs of the school, teacher and class. Teachers can select from our suggested workshops or bespoke activities can be developed in discussion with the education officer. Schools can also make use of the outdoor space to continue their learning.

Key information

Duration: half day

Pupil numbers: 10 (min) – 45 (max)

Cost: £8.50 per pupil


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