As part of the effort to get as many people interested and involved with the digital project as possible, we are working with Masters students from UCL, from the MSc course in GIS and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology, and students taking the Archaeology and Education module from the M.A course in Cultural Heritage Studies, and the M.A course in Public Archaeology.

The GIS and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology students are working on a project based on data from all excavations in the East London Roman Cemetery under the supervision of Andy Bevan and Mark Lake, lecturers at UCL.

The Archaeology and Education students are writing creative classroom activities, resources and teaching materials for use at Key Stage 2, based on the Prescot Street excavation, under the careful guidance of course tutor Mike Corbishley. Mike is the former Head of Education at English Heritage, and currently Principal Consultant for Archaeology and Education at the Centre for Applied Archaeology, UCL.

L – P : Archaeology are very grateful to the students and lecturers involved for their help and support for the Prescot Street project.