Welcome to the Lost at Sea weekly blog!

March 23, 2012

Lost at Sea is a Heritage Lottery Funded programme encouraging and young people to engage with their local history in fishing ports from Polperro to Plymouth.  

The young people range in age from 7 to 21 and have become involved through their schools or youth provision.  Each School or youth provision will be developing the project in their own way and this blog will record the various activities and chart the learning of the young people.

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  2. Mr.Brian Youngs visited us on Monday 26th March. We adopted him for the morning! He sang Sea Shanties and we san them back. We shared a pilchard fishing slideshow. Brian is coming back on Thursday to investigate Cornish fishing further. All good fun as it should be. Thanks Roger J.Carter Headteacher

  3. Thank you to Roger Carter Headteacher of Polperro Primary School Staff and Pupils who made me so welcome on Monday. It was a most enjoyable experience having everyone join in singing the shanty responses with so much enthusiasm. The slideshow was very enlightening, I also learnt something. A fun day enjoyed by all. Brian Young ‘Miner Quay’ shanty group

  4. We enjoyed giving the sea shanties introduction at Fourlanesend, it was great to see so much enthusiasm with the class. Sami’s Gone away was certainly a hit as was Drunken Sailor. Thankyou to the staff and pupils who making us so welcome, we are looking forward to mext time

  5. Tuesday was another enjoyable day at Duloe with Drunken Sailor being voted No1. We had the class standing towards the end simulating hauling on the ropes to raise the sails. Andy gave the class a treat by playing nautical tunes on the whistle which included the sailors hornpipe. Great day thank you to staff and pupils

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