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During Remembrance people stop to remember those who have served and sacrificed, from armed forces and emergency services to civilians, whilst hoping for a peaceful future.

 

Our themed resources can be used to engage a young audience with Remembrance through:

  • Book clubs, fact files, veteran films, original photographs and interactive activities
  • Help develop key skills using written, audio and visual materials 
  • Suitable for 7-11 year-olds
  • Free to download and linked to National Curriculum
  • Differentiated to provide both support and challenge
  • Support for teachers and parents
  • Available in Welsh

Remembrance 100: Why, How and Who

Remembrance 100: Why, How and Who

Discussion Activities

Remembrance 100: Why, How and Who

Remembrance Assemblies

Together Across The Commonwealth

Together Across The Commonwealth

Commonwealth Resources

Growing Remembrance

Growing Remembrance

Grow Your Remembrance

Growing Remembrance

Remembrance Through Poetry

Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

Build a Profile

Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

Remembrance Assemblies

Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

Stories for Remembrance

Our new Book Club resources give children the opportunity to explore Remembrance through Bali Rai's extrardinary novel Now or Never, the WWII story shortlisted for the 2020 Little Rebels Award. Through guided discussions, creative writing, fact files, original photographs and more, children can connect to the characters, events and themes of Now or Never and engage with Remembrance in a new way.
Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

The Art of Remembrance

Understanding Remembrance

Understanding Remembrance

Remembrance Assemblies

Understanding Remembrance

Remembrance Bitesize

WWII - Working Together

 
WWII - Working Together

Working Together Assemblies

WWI - A Generation Who Served, Sacrificed and Changed Our World

WWI - A Generation Who Served, Sacrificed and Changed Our World

Children at Work

WWI - A Generation Who Served, Sacrificed and Changed Our World

Women at Work

This pack, made up of lessons and worksheets, explores the changing roles of women in the WWI era. When men were called up to fight, many jobs previously reserved for men were taken up by women - one of these jobs was bus conductor. Personal accounts and research help children to understand how challenging and exciting this time was for women, and to connect with Remembrance, thanking this group of extraordinary women.

VE Day

VE Day

VE Day

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