Archaeology at school

Date posted: 19 Mar 2018
When history teachers at Sydney Secondary College Leichhardt realised they needed something more to engage students in archaeology classes, they dug deep (literally) to unearth an awesome solution. They created a space to fun practical lessons by having their own dig site at school where they could bury objects and then uncover then again while learning the process and methodology or archaeology. 

Does your school have a space where you can do something similar? Watch the video.