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Activities carried out in 2014

This update highlights the work carried out by the education organisations benefiting from KAS grants in 2014. In this issue find out about: 
   Local and international work carried out by Marion
Green and the Canterbury Archaeological Trust’s Education Service, including use of the popular CAT loans collection, and the development of ‘Boat 1550 BC’ project BOAT KITs as a resource for the new Prehistory programme in schools. 
   Ges Moody and the Trust for Thanet Archaeology’s development of exemplary collections for teaching skills needed by future archaeologists, alongside a exciting hands-on events and community programme.
   An amazing variety of activities provided for young people in Kent as members of the Young Archaeologists’ Club in the Canterbury and North Downs Branches, led by Abby Found and Lyn Palmer. This year it included a special trip to the
'Trench' to learn about the First World War.
Also included in this update, the Marsh Archaeology Award and the Dover Bronze Age Boat.  Click on links below (open as a PDF)


Canterbury Archaeological Trust’s Education Service - 2014

Trust for Thanet Archaeology - 2014

Canterbury Young Archaeologists’ Club - 2014

North Downs Young Archaeologists’ Club - 2014

News Extra - Marsh Archaeology Award & Dover Bronze Age Boat - 2014

Further information - 2014


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