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These are the Welsh versions of our downloadable lesson plans and teacher support materials for Key Stages 2, 3 and 4.

These lesson plans are designed to help children understand what Remembrance is by giving specific examples of different groups and individuals who we remember, using them as a way of demonstrating the scope of those who served and sacrificed.

We will also be offering Welsh language versions of our popular Remembrance assembly plans in the coming weeks. 

Key Stage Two / Cyfnod Allweddol 2

These teaching materials provide not only an understanding of what Remembrance is but illustrates its relevance today by showing children how the service and sacrifice of others in the past positively impacts our lives today.

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  • Child Mill Worker / Plant yn gweithio yn y feli: During the First World War children across Britain rallied to do their bit by working in war factories and the Child Mill Worker lesson pack introduces the life of Reginald Cooper, a Child Mill worker during the First World War 
  • Female Bus Conductor / Casglwyr Tocynnau Bws Benywaidd: Florence Cordell was one of the first women to work as a bus conductor in Britain and these lessons show the social impact the First World War had on the job market, the workplace and the role of women.
  • Remembrance assembly / Cofio: This is for those teachers wishing to provide an overview to their pupils of what Remembrance is, and why and how we remember. 
  • Remember Together assemblies / Cyd-Gofio: This pack explores the nations and peoples who stood by Britain during three great battles of the Second World War - all of which are marking their 75th anniversaries in 2019; Monte Cassino, D-Day, and Kohima and Imphal.

Key Stage 3 / Cyfnod Allweddol 3

These lesson packs feature activities and exercises designed to help children understand what Remembrance is, how it creates links to lives and communities today and includes an opportunity for them to participate in an act of Remembrance themselves. 

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  • Female Surgeons / Llawfeddygon Benywaidd: Elsie Inglis, Flora Murray and Louisa Garrett Anderson all worked as surgeons during the First World War. These lesson encourage students to explore how the the rights and roles of women as well as opportunities and expectations were changed by the war.
  • Stainless Steel / Dur Gwrthstaen: Harry Brearley is known as the father of stainless steel and these lessons and activities use his work to shine a light on how important innovation, science and technology were in the war effort. 
  • Remembrance assembly / Cofio: This is for those teachers wishing to provide an overview to their pupils of what Remembrance is, and why and how we remember. 
  • Remember Together assembly / Cyd Gofio: This pack explores the nations and peoples who stood by Britain during three great battles of the Second World War - all of which are marking their 75th anniversaries in 2019; Monte Cassino, D-Day, and Kohima and Imphal.

Key Stage 4 / Cyfnod Allweddol 4

The Legion's latest educational packs for Key Stage 4 contain an overview of what remembrance is and shows students how it is relevant to their lives today

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  • JRR Tolkien, Writer / JRR Tolkien, Awdur: In addition to exploring more about Tolkein and his influences, these lessons demonstrate how real life events can have an effect on the work of an author and allow students to explore the use of metaphor and allegory.
  • Ernest Brooks, War Photographer / Ffotograffydd Rhyfel: Pupils will learn about Ernest Brooks, his personal style and his achievements as a war photographer. They will also get a clearer idea of why he was often a controversial figure.
  • Remembrance assembly / Cofio: This is for those teachers wishing to provide an overview to their pupils of what Remembrance is, and why and how we remember. 
  • Remember Together / Cyd-Gofio: This pack explores the nations and peoples who stood by Britain during three great battles of the Second World War - all of which are marking their 75th anniversaries in 2019; Monte Cassino, D-Day, and Kohima and Imphal.

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