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Subject

Key Stage

  • Life in Nazi Germany
    Age 13-14 (KS3), Age 14-16 (KS4)
    The Holocaust: Life in Germany 1919-1939
    Students will deepen their understanding of how political, economic and social change in Germany affected the people who lived there. They will use artefacts and archive material to make links between individuals, groups and events.
  • School children taking part in a session of We Were There
    @IWM
    Age 9-11 (KS2), Age 11-14 (KS3)
    We Were There North: Ask Questions About Conflict
    A unique experience to meet veterans and eyewitnesses to conflict.
  • School children in a We Were There session at IWM Duxford
    @IWM
    Age 9-11 (KS2), Age 11-14 (KS3)
    We Were There Duxford: Ask Questions about Conflict
    A unique experience to meet veterans and eyewitnesses to conflict.
  • Students in a classroom asking questions about conflict from a veteran and eyewitness to conflict.
    @IWM
    Age 9-11 (KS2), Age 11-14 (KS3)
    We Were There London: Ask Questions about Conflict
    A unique experience to meet veterans and eyewitnesses to conflict.
  • Students participating in the Shadow of the Future school session on gallery
    @IWM
    Age 14-16 (KS4)
    The Shadow of the Future: The Cold War
    How would you react if the future of the world depended on your decision to cooperate…or not?
  • Students on gallery at IWM North taking part in the Ministry of Memory school session.
    @IWM
    Ages 7-9 (KS2), Age 9-11 (KS2)
    Ministry of Memory
    The Ministry of Memory is in turmoil; all records of Remembrance have been wiped. Can students save the day?
  • Students taking part in the Documentary Challenge session in the museum galleries.
    @IWM
    Age 9-11 (KS2), Age 11-14 (KS3), Age 14-16 (KS4)
    Documentary Challenge North
    Which stories are too important to be kept inside the museum? What deserves more attention from the wider world? Who is telling the story and why?
  • School children take part in the Documentary Challenge session at IWM Duxford
    @IWM
    Age 9-11 (KS2), Age 11-14 (KS3)
    Documentary Challenge: The Second World War
    Which stories are too important to be kept inside the museum? What deserves more attention from the wider world? Who is telling the story and why?
  • School children taking part in the Documentary Challenge session
    @IWM
    Age 9-11 (KS2), Age 11-14 (KS3), Age 14-16 (KS4)
    Documentary Challenge London
    Which stories are too important to be kept inside the museum? What deserves more attention from the wider world? Who is telling the story and why?
  • Holocaust learning sessions
    IWM
    Age 13-14 (KS3), Age 14-16 (KS4), Age 16-18 (A Level)
    NEW Holocaust Learning at IWM London
    Why do we study the Holocaust? Why and how did it happen? IWM’s Holocaust learning session will introduce these questions and support students’ enquiry through our new Holocaust galleries.