Remembrance from The First World War to today
Interactive audio guide
Created by theatre-makers Made in China | Commissioned by Imperial War Museums
Suitability: KS2 (year 5 and 6), SEN students working at KS2 or above
Branch: IWM North
Duration: 50 minutes
Cost: £100 per group (min 16 - max 30)
Bookings now open.
Fill out the Schools Visit Request Form to make a booking.
This interactive session investigates Remembrance and personal stories from the First World War.
'What a fantastic opportunity for the children! Genuine artefacts combined with state-of-art technology! What more could children ask for!'
The Ministry of Memory is in turmoil; all records of Remembrance have been wiped. Can your students save the day?
Guided by audio headsets and performance challenges your students will be tasked with rediscovering Remembrance, uncovering past and present remembrance rituals. Will they even create a new way to remember?
This innovative programme allows active exploration of curriculum subjects in relation to real historic artefacts within the museum.
- Investigate existing Remembrance rituals and their significance today
- Explore personal stories from The First World War to today, including nurse Edith Cavell
- Use movement to create new ways to remember people who have experienced conflict
History: A study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066
- Citizenship: Preparing to play an active role as citizens
How To Make A Booking
- Fill out the Schools Visit Request Form
- You will receive a response within ten working days
- Please don't make travel arrangements until you have received a confirmation email with your Visit Confirmation Letter attached
- Read the booking Terms and Conditions