School Trips

Wild Dog Outdoors bring you, historical education sessions.  The school trips and school visits are interactive, fun and informative!

The sessions are suitable for in-school workshops or out of school trips to archaeological sites.  All of our school trips meet the requirements for the National Curriculum and much more!

The school trips and school visits bring history to life, providing information and activities for all levels.  The sessions are set out with in depth information on each historic period.  The children take part in activities and crafts from each era to help highlight each time period and provide materials and subjects to reflect on  throughout the project. Follow the link to our  video to see what we offer.

Please let us know if you would like to speak to one of the schools we work with for a reference.

Sessions include:

  • Stone Age – Travel through the stone age.  Starting with a Palaeolithic hunter-gatherer, moving to a Neolithic Farmer, then to the Bronze Age beaker culture.
  • Iron Age – Meet local Warrior Chieftain Venutius of the Brigantes tribe.  Combine this session with our Roman session to provide a fuller picture of the Roman Occupation of Northern Britain.
  • Roman Britain – Meet Magnus Roman soldier who served on Hadrian’s Wall.

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  • Hi there,
    I am planning a school trip (year 4) to the Sill Youth Hostel in October, we will be visiting Vindolanda and Hadrian’s Wall as our topic is the Romans. I was wondering what activities you offered and whether you would be able to come to the youth hostel to do an activity in an evening or for half a day? Or would it be possible to meet you up on the wall near the hostel.
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Many thanks,
    Georgie