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Old Fletton Primary School spent the day learning about local Roman history.  

68 Children from Elton Church of England Primary School spent the day with us learning all about the Romans.  In the morning half of the group carried out the walk with our Year 5s and the other half spent time

A new information brochure for visiting schools has been produced.  This contains all that you need to know if you are thinking of bring a group of school children on our walk. It includes: Example timetables for day or half

On Monday 9th February 2015 40 pupils from Year 5 at Old Fletton Primary School took our Roman tour.  9 of our Year 5 pupils showed them around the fields of Castor and we went down to the river.  In

Pupils and staff from Heltwate Special School visited for a tour of the Roman Castor.  They spent the morning walking around the fields, crossing Ermine Street and down to the river. They joined us for lunch and then spent the

Pupils in Year 5 led children from John Howard Primary School in Kings Lynn on their Roman Trail.  They stopped at various places and talked to them about their learning.  They shared images of the sites and shared their knowledge.f

The Peterborough Museum’s new Roman Gallery opened to the public. It contains many artefacts found in the Castor area and is an excellent experience for children and adults! Click here to visit their website.  

Heritage Lottery Fund Our project was made possible by the generosity of the Heritage Lottery Fund.  If you would like to hear about the process we went through please contact the school. Click here to find out more.

Pupils from Castor School, assisted by staff and Professor Stephen Upex, will be presenting their learning on the Roman finds in Castor and neighbouring fields. Designed to inform and inspire teachers, children and neighbours to understand daily life in Roman