Key Stage 2 | Subject: History, English | Topics: War and Conflict | Session Type: Object handling
It is 1916 and war has broken out. Walter Croft’s friend and fellow member of the Royal Fusiliers explores the story of Walter’s wartime experience, using storytelling, role play and object handling to bring the past to life.
A costumed presenter will use contemporary and modern-day objects, photographs and documents, looking at the differing ways the war was viewed at the time.
This session was jointly created by the Tower of London and the Fusilier Museum, and asks children to consider the importance of remembrance.
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This session supports:
Available until end of summer term 2019
10.30, 12.00, 13.30
Up to 35 children
£95 plus admission