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Helpsheets for secondary teachers

Secondary school pupil studying a war memorial © S Lemieux, 2012War Memorials Trust has produced a series of helpsheets to give information for secondary teachers and other adults working on war memorial projects with older children.

These helpsheets have been designed to give teachers and leaders background knowledge about the topics covered in War Memorials Trust’s lesson plans and activities for young people. They cover essential information about the historical and current issues facing war memorials.  A selection of helpsheets were also created as part of the World War I centenary resources.

Please use the links below to download our secondary helpsheets.

 

Further information

Primary school teachers can access primary help sheets in the Primary section of this website.

Guidance on war memorial conservation and other topics can be found on War Memorials Trust’s main website.

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