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This section of the website gives you the chance to share your school or youth group's war memorial project with others by uploading it to our Showcase.

Here is a collection of projects that have already been shared in the Primary School section.

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The Granville School, Sevenoaks

Year 6 pupils at The Granville School are taught a unit on war memorials using War Memorials Trust’s learning resources during the autumn term. The school arranged for our Learning Officer to visit and lead an afternoon workshop towards the end of the unit of work.

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Hackforth and Hornby CE Primary School

War Memorials Trust first visited Hackforth and Hornby CE Primary School in conjunction with Historic England’s Heritage Schools Programme in 2015. WMT were delighted to visit again in November 2017 to increase pupil’s awareness of the role war memorials play on Remembrance Day. The visit formed part of the Key Stage 2 class’s work on Remembrance which included researching individuals from the local area who are recorded on the war memorial. After this session, our Learning Officer accompanied the pupils to the local church where they left a wreath and carried out a short act of Remembrance.

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Pimlico Primary, London

War Memorials Trust were pleased to return to Pimlico Primary in November 2017 following their first visit the previous year. During the visit our Learning Officer worked with each class from Reception up to year 4 before concluding with an assembly with the whole school. The sessions with each class ranged from a visit to the local war memorial to what are memorials and what is Remembrance depending on what the pupils had learned during the visit the previous year.

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Grangewood Independent School, London

Following visits in 2014 and 2015, War Memorials Trust were delighted to be invited back to Grangewood Independent School to work with their year 1 and 2 class as part of their topic on Remembrance and also deliver an assembly to the whole school. The visit by our Learning Officer preceded the year 1 and 2 class’s visit to their local war memorial in Central Park in East Ham where they intended to take part in an act of remembrance.

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Cockenzie Primary School, East Lothian

War Memorials Trust were contacted by P6 teachers at Cockenzie Primary School who were keen for our Learning Officer to visit the two classes following their topic on World War I and II. They requested that both classes receive a session on Remembrance and what war memorials are to help them prepare for the school Remembrance Assembly which the P6 pupils would be holding. It was hoped that the session would help pupils to consider what they had learned and relate it to the importance of war memorials. The visit to Cockenzie was carried out by our Learning Officer as part of a longer visit to Scotland.

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