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									                                    Embedding ICT across the curriculum

                                      A project for Rural Swale Schools

                      What happened at the Faversham Gunpowder Mill?

                                               Planning Meeting

                                        Wednesday 3rd December 2008

                        09:30 – 12:00 at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, Faversham

Dear Colleague

The project is an exciting opportunity for six Year 5 pupils from your school to explore through music, drama and
writing this tragic event and use ICT to publish their finished work as a Podcast. Following an action packed
“Activity Day” with Ian Coulson (ASK History Advisor), Phil Bracegirdle (ASK ICT “Hands on Support”) and Cluster
Staff pupils will return to school to:

     Web conference (using FlashMeeting) and interview local historians
     Write their own adventure stories about the “Gunpowder Mill Explosion”
     Compose and record their music about the event

How can my school take part?

Interested schools should return this completed form to David Whitehead (Bredgar Primary – Headteacher.)
E-mail: headteacher@bredgar.kent.sch.uk

To help teachers prepare for the project there is a planning meeting at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School on
Wednesday 3rd December 2008 from 9.30 – 12.00. All schools taking part in the project are requested to send a
member of staff to this meeting.

We look forward to meeting to meeting you at this session!

David Whitehead     – Headteacher            Emily Mace – Leading ICT Teacher

Bredgar Primary                      South Avenue Junior
What happened at the Faversham Gunpowder Mill?

We would like to register to take part in the Rural Swale Gunpowder Mill project.

 School:                                                  E-mail contact:

The following teacher/s will be attending the planning meeting from 9.30 – 12.00 at Queen Elizabeth’s
Grammar School on Wednesday 3rd December 2008.
                                                                  Please note: The project will commence in
 Teacher:                                                         January 2008 and finish in late March 2008.

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