In 2018, as part of the There But Not There campaign and our commitment to educate today’s younger generation on the First World War, we produced a set of education resources. These resources focussed on the different people who fought in the conflict, examining the many backgrounds and experiences of those involved.
We will be releasing further educational resources for use in schools and youth groups. Stay tuned!
In the video below, we visited Trafalgar Junior school in Twickenham to see our education packs being put into practice:
To download our Education Resources on the First World War, we would be very grateful if you could provide us with the information requested below. This is to give us an idea of where they are being used and for what type of organisation, which we will use to shape how we approach our ‘Educate’ aim going forward.
Intended for groups covering Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3, the resources aim to challenge children to discern methods of historical enquiry, make connections, draw contrasts and frame historically valid questions, while giving them a wider understanding of the First World War and the way it affected communities across the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.
Remembered is proud to be collaborating with The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) and its new charitable foundation, the CWGF, on our Education Resources.