The Roman Economy #1

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The Roman Economy #1

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These sessions are open for all ages.

Session Packages are for home-schooled children to purchase. An email download will be sent 2 days before the sessions in order to prepare and understand the information presented.

Our session The Roman Economy #1 looks at transport, agriculture, pottery and money. We explore these aspects of the Roman Empire and how the remains have assisted us in understanding their economy


Session packages, if purchased as an add-on, will be emailed out 2 days prior to the event to the email address you provide.

If session is sold out please email me as there is the option of running a second session following the first on the same day.

Please ensure you have a notebook/journal and a pencil.


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Archaeology is a great way to engage young people with the history and heritage that is all around them whilst at the same time providing them with a fun, sociable and educational experience. The Junior Archaeologists’ Club in Perth is doing a great job to bring archaeology to the young people of the area”. Dr. Mike Heyworth, Director, Council of British Archaeology.

"I have had the pleasure of working with Sue Carter who is an extremely passionate educator and trainer. Sue's knowledge and dedication to Archaeology is exceptional and I cannot express enough the value she can provide." Terri Billington - founder of TCB and #1 Coaches Coach.

”I love the fact that Sue has used her story and her passion to be her business vehicle. This shapes her entire approach to her task, and is evident to anyone who gets to hear her teach. She goes out of her way for the people around her and is incredibly respectful of the journey we are all on, which she wants to add value to. Thank you, Sue, for being a true teacher”. Ross Gauldie, Entrepreneur Coach.

“I am so glad I signed Daric up and we’re now in our third term! Sue’s classes have the perfect mix of theory and hands on activities and there is plenty of room for extension if required so therefore suitable for a range of ages and abilities. Not only is my son learning a lot of things he wouldn’t have the opportunity to learn at school, but I am enjoying the classes too!” - Caryn Rance, parent.

"One of the hardest aspects of homeschooling is finding lessons and educators that are both "value for money" and "educational but fun". With STC Archaeology we have the complete package, Sue is an outstanding educator and her lessons are so informative with exactly the precise balance of hands on learning/discussion to keep the children engaged. Highly recommended." - Michelle Compton, parent.

"After a full month of classes both my son and daughter are having a blast undertaking these Archaeology classes. Sue is not only very informative but understanding to the various ages of the kids present. I believe she manages to split the classes well between the theory and practical aspects of her classes. All up Sue is a great educator and is a benefit to my kids’ education." Denise Cole, parent.

"Sue really knows her subject and her passion and archaeology are contagious. School children of all ages would love this" Jeanne Robinson, teacher.

Absolutely thrilled with the archaeology classes they cover various different aspects of the curriculum which is fantastic but also the kids are so engaged and thoroughly involved which shows the skill of Sue as an educator...cannot recommend these classes highly enough!!" Linda Demarco, parent.

“We have done lessons this term with Sue and it is absolutely fantastic. My son (who hasn’t always enjoyed history) is now actively engaged and loves it. Is even asking for more history in our homeschool learning. Sue brings it to life and does a great balance between theory and hands on activities. Any one sitting on the fence give it a go. Great value for money!!!” Donna Black, parent.

“We have been doing Archaeology classes with Sue for over a year now and my 17yo son (ASD, GAD, ADHD, Dysgraphia) absolutely loves them. In fact it’s the only class in 4 years of homeschooling that he has truly engaged in & looks forward to going to. Sue’s classes are a great balance of a printed worksheet, talking about the information and then a hands-on activity. (There is minimal writing but this can be extended) Her tuition covers all aspects of the curriculum, social/life skills and are great fun too. Sue is also highly receptive to any special needs/requirements. Would definitely recommend these classes.” Michelle McIntosh, parent.

“We recently had Sue Carter at the library to talk about Archaeology of the Somme. Sue is professional with real-world experience in her field. The talk exceeded my expectations and feedback from those who attended was whole-heartedly positive. I wouldn’t hesitate to book her for another talk in the future.” Claire, Community Engagement Officer, City of Armadale Libraries, Western Australia.

”If you haven't attended one of Sue Carter's sessions before, I can't recommend highly enough that you do. They are fabulous! A tear jerking, insightful and eye-opening look into the Somme battlefield. Sue even brings along archaeological finds from the battlefield and has some fabulous tales to tell of her experiences. A MUST attend in my book!’ Rosemary Ritorto, Adult Services Coordinator, City of Swan Libraries.

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