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World war one workshop for primary schools.

This educational, exciting and moving workshop provides a depth of understanding of the Great War in an impactful, but sensitive and age-appropriate manner.

Supported by WW1 artefacts and information boards, this workshop will covers topics such as:

  • How did World War I start?
  • “It’ll be over by Christmas”
  • The involvement of the British Empire
  • A war of propaganda
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  • Life in the trenches
  • Maximum fire power and the dawn of new technology
  • Tactics
  • “The darkest hour before the dawn…”
  • Germany’s eventual surrender.

Towards the end, there will be a minute’s silence to acknowledge and pay tribute to the events and loss of life during the Great War, and the workshop will finish with bayonet practice.

Workshop Detail

Presented by Mike Everest, a member of the 10th Essex Battalion. Mike has regularly taken part WW1 re-enactments around Britain and in Europe, and is well-known for his amazing story telling ability, leaving students breathless with excitement.

The workshop is 1h 15 mins per class (minimum 2 classes, maximum 4 classes) and will require use of the school hall.

For further details on our KS2 World War One workshop, pricing and availability call us now on call us now on 0800 112 3192, email us or fill out the form below:

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