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Secondary Showcase

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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 Secondary School section.

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St John's Catholic Comprehensive School, Kent

War Memorials Trust was contacted by St John’s Catholic Comprehensive School in May 2015. The school was keen to work with the Trust on two events. The first was the school’s commemorations of the end of World War II. Pupils in Years 7 to 9 had been focusing on this and the school planned to hold a History Day with various speakers coming in to help pupils better understand the war and its impact. The second was a Careers Day for Year 9 pupils, at which War Memorials Trust was asked to speak to pupils about careers in the heritage sector.

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Alderley Edge School for Girls, Cheshire

War Memorials Trust’s Learning Officer was invited to Alderley Edge School for Girls in June 2014 to run several workshops on war memorial designs as part of the school’s commemoration of the centenary of the First World War.

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Abbot's Hill School, Hertfordshire

Abbot’s Hill School was keen to ensure pupils knew about the local area’s experiences during the First World War, especially with the war’s centenary approaching. With an unusual war memorial being situated close to the school, staff felt that working with War Memorials Trust would be a useful way of getting pupils to understand some of their local history.

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Knights Templar School, Hertfordshire

Our research into our local memorial reminded us that even nearly 100 years after the start of the Great War, remembrance is an important part of our national heritage and war memorials are still relevant to us today.

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Portsmouth Grammar School

Year 9 students from Portsmouth Grammar School went to look at the range of war memorials in their local area to conclude their study of the First World War.

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