Abercynon

Thanks to this week’s volunteers delivering at Fitzalan and Mountain Ash

A big thank you is well deserved for all of our volunteers this week. We saw some fantastic efforts from everyone involved, and were especially impressed by those participants who were delivering SHARE with Schools workshops for the first time.

Delivering Romans in Wales, Medieval Orders of Society and Life in the Nineteenth Century Cynon Valley at Mountain Ash Comprehensive School, Abercynon:

  • Kelsey Louise Clarke
  • Jacob Deacon
  • Chris Griffiths
  • Jon Langston
  • Ben Dillon

And delivering Who Wants to be a Museum Curator? and the brand new Archaeological Science workshops at the Eisteddfod at Fitzalan High School, Cardiff:

  • Beth Cox
  • Talia Brown
  • Liberty Vaz Townsend
  • Thomas Snook
  • Tom Allen
  • Rachael Mott
  • Katie Rees-Williams
  • Laura Rees
  • Jonathan Gilbert
  • Louise Morgan
  • Harriet Lomax
  • Elizabeth Nicholson

Well done and thank you one and all!

Here’s some pics from the Who Wants to be a Museum Curator? sessions at Fitzalan, showcasing some of the incredible work from the school pupils:

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Volunteers talk about visiting Mountain Ash Comprehensive School

New volunteers Ben Dillon and Jacob Deacon talk to camera on the way to and from their first workshop deliveries at Mountain Ash Comprehensive School, Abercynon.

Both are students at the School of History, Archaeology and Religion at Cardiff University, and this is their first year participating in the SHARE with Schools outreach project. They discuss what they anticipate it will be like and then how they found their classroom experience.

Hit the CC button for subtitles if you find the audio a bit difficult.