What we offer

  • IWM London viewed from the front of the building
    Plan and book a school visit

    We are now taking bookings from 8th September to 17th December 2021 (Wednesdays-Fridays).

  • Students in a classroom asking questions about conflict from a veteran and eyewitness to conflict.
    Learning sessions

    We offer detailed learning sessions which involve you and your students in exploring a particular theme, or time in history.

  • Pupils visit IWM London
    Self-guided visits

    A visit to IWM London may support studies of war and conflict from 1914 until the present day.

Learning resources

Photo Op by kennardphillipps
© kennardphillipps
Media Studies
Contemporary Art and War
Artwork and interviews from a selection of the artists’ who were featured in IWM North’s Catalyst: Contemporary Art and War exhibition.
The Cemetery, Étaples, 1919 by John Lavery
© IWM (Art.IWM ART 2884)
Remembrance in the First World War
Use these sources to find out about Remembrance during the First World War.
Still from the British film "The Battle of the Somme".
© IWM (Q 79501)
Battle of the Somme - GCSE Source Analysis Skills: Reliability & Usefulness
This resource has been developed in line with the Pearson Edexcel GCSE syllabus: The British Sector of the Western Front, 1914-18: injuries, treatment and the trenches.

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  • Accessibility

    IWM tries to ensure we cater for a range of needs and can provide wheelchair access, resources to support blind and visually impaired visitors and deaf and hearing impaired visitors. 

  • Safeguarding

    IWM wishes to ensure that all children and vulnerable adults are safe and protected from harm whilst visiting its premises. This policy and accompanying procedures outline the safeguarding systems in place.