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Remembrance honours those who serve to defend our freedom and way of life.

 

It recognises the sacrifice of the Armed Forces community across the Commonwealth, as well emergency services and innocent civilians killed through conflict and terrorism.

 

Our creative resources explore these themes and inspire children to engage with Remembrance.

  • Include veteran films, literature, photography and music
  • Encourage discussion, creativity and reflection
  • Suitable for 11-14 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

Together Across The Commonwealth

Together Across The Commonwealth

Commonwealth Resources

Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

I Hear You

Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

Remembrance Assemblies

Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

Sketch It

Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

The Art of Remembrance

Then and Now - Service in WWII and Today

The Sound of Remembrance

Understanding Remembrance

Understanding Remembrance

Remembrance Assemblies

Understanding Remembrance

Remembrance Bitesize

Growing Remembrance

Growing Remembrance

Grow Your Remembrance

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

Science and Innovation

This pack, made up of lessons and worksheets, explores the life and work of Harry Brearley, the inventor of stainless steel, and the impact of his invention on WWI. It also explores other innovations of the time, many of which we still benefit from today. This pack gives children the opportunity to thank an individual and a group of people whose contributions they may not have considered before when taking part in Remembrance.
WWI - A Generation Who Served, Sacrificed and Changed Our World

Women in Medicine

This pack, made up of lessons and worksheets, explores the developing role of women in medicine during WWI. It focuses on female surgeons and the impact their service had on the war, as well as medical innovations and personal accounts. Through this pack children will 'meet' real women from this time, connecting them with Remembrance and thanking them for their service.

VE Day

VE Day

VE Day

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