Anglo-Saxon CSI: Sittingbourne


school visits
January 9, 2010, 4:44 pm
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SCHOOL VISITS

CSI: Sittingbourne has also been opened up for local school children from Sittingbourne.  The project has provided a fun and interesting day for over 300 pupils so far, where they have the opportunity to get up close to the artefacts and try their hands at archaeology.

School children listen intently as Ginny talks about her object

Information about the evidence collecting processes involved in archaeology are presented to the children.  They get to see grave layouts and learn how these might be interpreted by the archaeologists.

Marion Green presents the grave plans to children

Dana Goodburn-Brown showing a replica of an Anglo-Saxon shield

They also have the opportunity to see what the volunteers in the lab are working on and are also given demonstrations of the x-ray machine.

ICON/HLF intern Katrina explains x-rays

A future Dana in the making?

The children also get a chance to look around the exhibition area at some of the finds on display to the public.  Objects like glass beads, replica glass vessels and pottery is on display.

Local school children visiting the archaeological display

Children viewing the finds on display

Any interested schools from the local area should contact Marion Green – mariongreen@canterburytrust.co.uk;01227 462062

Images ©Canterbury Archaeological Trust


iIIariongreen@canterburytrust.co.uk


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