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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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Henham and Ugley Primary School

War Memorials Trust was contacted by Henham and Ugley Primary School, Essex, early in 2014 because the school was keen for its pupils to know more about the war memorials in the village. The memorials and the people named on them had been researched and the information put onto the village’s website, and the visit involved the whole school working with the Trust’s Learning Officer in different ways to find out more about the memorial and those it commemorated.

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Northop Hall Primary School, Flintshire

As part of Northop Hall School’s ‘War and Peace’ topic, part of a local schools’ initiative to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, pupils were investigating their local war memorial and invited War Memorials Trust’s Learning Officer to the school to help them find out more about it.

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Bruce Grove Primary School, London

War Memorials Trust’s Learning Officer visited Bruce Grove Primary School, in London, in September 2014 to work with pupils in Key Stage 2.

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Overmonnow Primary School, Monmouthshire

As part of their topic on ‘Conflict,’ Year 6 pupils at Overmonnow Primary School were using their local war memorial, in St James’s Square, Monmouth, to help them find out more about the effects of past conflicts on their local area.

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Discovery School, Kent

The Discovery School responded to a request sent out to all schools in Kent from War Memorials Trust asking for assistance with developing a training film for the Trust’s new Learning Volunteers as part of the charity’s HLF funded project to pilot the role of Learning Volunteer in Kent. The Discovery School was keen to be involved and the Trust worked closely with the staff and pupils in Year 6 over several visits in 2013.

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