Solent Aggregates to Outreach

Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology, 2008

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The Solent and Sea Wight areas have been utilised for their aggregate resources for well over a hundred years. Information on the utilisation of the aggregate resources of the area can be used for wider education initiatives. This is a resource that can be drawn on to create education and learning opportunities for schools, home educators, amateur archaeology groups and community groups.

The digital archive

The digital archive currently consists of the following resources:

  • HWTMA, 2007: Solent Aggregates to Outreach Presentation and Teaching Pack Project - Final Report. Unpublished Report
  • HWTMA, 2008: Aggregates to Outreach: Teaching Pack and Associated Initiatives Extension - Final Report. Unpublished Report

Non-digital Archive and Publications

In addition to the digital outputs listed above project also produced the following outputs:

Lectures / Academic Papers
11 Probus Clubs, 12 Historical or Archaeological Societies, 3 Isle of Wight interest groups, 1 Disability Activity Group, 1 University of 3rd Age, 1 Environmental Education Forum, 2 Museum Groups, 1 Sailing Club, 1 Church Group, 6 other general groups
Educational Visits
Overall the packs have been used by 37 groups including 5 Secondary Schools, 18 Primary Schools, 2 Museum Clubs, 2 YACS, 1 Children's Services Librarian (who distributed the pack throughout the region), 6 Beach Workshops, 2 Cross-Curricular Days and 1 School Presentation.
The electronic version of the pack has been downloaded 843 times from the HWTMA website.
5 Open Events at the Needles Battery, 2 Open Events at the Maritime extravaganza at Hurst Castle

It is not the responsibility of the ADS to maintain any project links.The Archaeology Data Service (ADS) do not hold any further information regarding these non-digital outputs, any queries should be directed to the depositor.

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