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Explore who, how and why we remember, and consider how the next generation will shape their own Remembrance in the next 100 years.
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Lessons focused on contribution of Reginald Cooper, a child who worked in a cotton mill during WW1, including activities such as matching games.
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Take part in Remembrance through creative writing and the voices of children from WW2 through the short story 'Tomorrow Today' by Leila Rasheed.
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Explore Remembrance through poetry and the work of Joseph Coelho, examining how the Remembrance Glade inspired him.
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Use original photos to explore the roles of women from across the Commonwealth, and understand how images help us remember others.
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Explore what Service means and support children in understanding why we remember the sacrifices made by the Armed Forces and emergency services.
An assembly for young primary school children helping them understand and mark Remembrance through the theme of Service. Service video included and case studies.
Help children understand Remembrance and its relevance in our lives today through symbolism and powerful language.
Discover how the Commonwealth has shaped our past and present, and continues to shape our future.
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Meet an extraordinary woman and discover how she served others over a lifetime, through conflict and in peace time.
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We support the teaching of Remembrance across the UK and have designed a range of free teaching resources for Key Stages 1- 4.
Download our free Key Stage 2 teaching resources for 7-11 year-olds that help children develop key skills using written, audio and visual materials.
Download our free Key Stage 3 teaching resources such as bitesize activities and assemblies, for 11-14 year-olds that encourage discussion, creativity and reflection.
Download our free Key Stage 4 teaching resources for 14-16 year-olds that help students understand different perspectives through creative writing and debate.