EDUCATION AND OUTREACH
The CAA is committed
to broadening access to archaeology for everyone. We are keen on working
closely with the public, including interest groups, communities and
schools in archaeology.
Mike Corbishley and his team are
available for consultation on education and outreach. The collective
expertise of the CAA can contribute to your project by offering advice
on outreach and education policies, and can organize training courses,
workshops and conferences. The CAA also can help you by providing open
days, historic events and re-enactments, outreach events for communities
and schools, and educational resources, from design to implementation.
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We collaborate closely with the Camden@UCL
Young Archaeologists’ Club, an organisation within the Institute
of Archaeology, providing expert assistance with sessions for
8-16 year olds.
The CAA also provides expertise and assistance in the field of Heritage
• Expertise and Assistance
• CAA Education and Outreach Team
• Heritage Interpretation
Expertise and Assistance
Planning and Advice
• Formulate education and outreach policies for archaeological units, heritage
sites/organisations, museums and local/county archaeological societies.
• Research areas to operate in for archaeological units, heritage sites/organisations,
museums and local/county archaeological societies
• Suggest services/staff/resources and provide costings for archaeological units,
heritage sites/organisations, museums and local/county archaeological societies
• Evaluation of educational programmes/resources and recommendations for improvement.
Products and Assistance
We can provide the design, research, production and project management of:
• Formal and informal education session design
• Education session delivery
• CD-Rom’s and DVD’s
• Activity/resource sheets (for pupils or for children/families)
• Teacher’s books/booklets
• Educational activities and resources for exhibitions and museums
• Web-based educational resources
• Information/activities for children/families
• Outreach events with schools and communities based on archaeological fieldwork
• A wide range of events at heritage sites, such as re-enactments, open days
• Workshops/in-service courses for teachers at the CAA
• Marketing to teachers
• Training in Education and Outreach for Staff
Read more about the Expert
The CAA Education
and Outreach Team
Mike Corbishley – Principal Consultant Archaeology and Education
Kirsty Norman – Principal Consultant Site Management and Interpretation
Sarah Dhanjal – Outreach and Education Head of Affiliates
Liz Hollinshead – Education and Outreach
Jennie Fordham – Education and Outreach
David Walmsley – Education and Outreach
Jo-Ann Sunderland – Education and Outreach
Emma Tutton – Education and Outreach
Sofie Davis – Education and Outreach
Ken Glen – Marketing, Research and Educational Writing
Alan McPherson – Interpretation, Designer, Film-Making
Patrick Adam - Interpretation, Designer, Audio-Visual Effects and Tape Tours
Dai Owen – Archaeological Artist
David de Bruijne – Web-design
Young Archaeologist Club of
the Institute of
an open day about
and museum displays.
Over 30 pupils worked together
their own artfefacts, labels and presentations
exhibition 'Imagining Africa'.
The CAA offered support and assistance.
The CAA Education and Outreach Team
developed a Teacher's
about earthen archaeological sites.
The book provides
to teachers on how it can be used to
support evidence-based and
The book was developed in collaboration
with the Ancient
of the Institute
the English version of the Merv teacher's handbook here as a PDF.