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11-16 years

Foghorn Requiem Legacy
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The Foghorn Requiem Legacy Resource is suitable for community use and formal education at KS2 and KS3. This digital resource has been produced by Shoofly Publishing and is based on and inspired by Foghorn Requiem, the unique public art piece created in South Tyneside by visual artists Lise Autogena, Joshua Portway and composer Orlando Gough, involving a flotilla of ships and boats out at sea and local brass bands on land, together playing a foghorn requiem for Souter Lighthouse. It marks the end of the sounding of the foghorn at Souter Lighthouse, which is a poignant and much loved landmark in the borough. The resource aligns thematic elements of Foghorn Requiem with the national curriculum. It includes specific activities for both primary and secondary schools, activities that community groups can also engage and indeed connect with, including interactive whiteboard activities, Teachers Notes, suggested programmes of work and guidance linked to specific attainment targets set in Art & Design, Music and English Literature for secondary schools. This resource was produced in partnership with The National Trust and South Tyneside Council. Whether you are based here in Tyne & Wear or elsewhere in the country or indeed internationally, this interactive resource will no doubt inspire individuals of all ages and abilities.


Resource Specification

Compatibility:



Android and Windows Phones


Windows PC


Apple iPhone


Apple iPad


Apple Mac
 

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PCs and Apple Macs
Resources are compatible with PCs running Windows 98 or later and Apple Macs running OSX.


Licences
Product site licence permits the installation of software onto multiple computers or a computer network server to be accessed by unlimited users.



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