In ILW 2014, we are offering a wide range of event types to suit everyone, including trips, practical activities and workshops, film showings and many others.
This year ILW is between 17-21 February. Booking for events is now open.
Some events may be filmed or photographed, if you do not wish to be included please let the person filming or photographing know on the day.
|Some of our events are fully booked now, but there is a waiting list for the ones which are booked via MyEd!
Trips and Excursions
Films & productions
Other event types
Events in other Schools which might be of interest
Innovative Learning Week 2013
A summary of what you missed in 2013.
What happened during Innovative Learning Week 2013
ArchSoc Rome Trip
A student-led trip to Rome! We are sorry but this event is now sold out!
Become an archive detective and discover the secrets of your ancestors!
Building Iron Age Roundhouses
Ever wondered how Iron Age people in Scotland built their houses, and why? Find out in a workshop by building your own model of a roundhouse.
Caves, Castles and Harbours Trip
From Pictish cave paintings and crumbling seaside castles, to quaint fishing harbours and historic boats, this trip provides an up-close look at the maritime archaeology of the Fife coast.
Databases for Historians
This session will provide a basic introduction to databases and their use in historical research.
Exploring Euripides’ Medea
Author, dramatist, translator and theatre-director David Stuttard will lead two events based on his new stage translation of Euripides’ Medea (to be toured later this year by Actors of Dionysus).
Hadrian’s Wall Fieldtrip
Guided tour to some of the highlights of Hadrian’s Wall - Rome’s (second) most northerly frontier!
Hillfort Atlas of Britain and Ireland
Despite being amongst the most imposing and visible monuments of the countryside, including at least six within the bounds of Edinburgh, there is no single source of data to inform the analysis and interpretation of hillforts in Britain.
Kung Fu History: Film Showing
Martial arts films are perhaps not a source of historical information often considered by historians. And yet, the historical narratives presented by martial arts films reach audiences of a size that few historians will ever reach.
Make Your Own Pots
Pots, pots, pots - they’re everywhere in the archaeological record. But how were they made? If you’ve ever fancied yourself a potter then this is the event for you.