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The Great War

Interactive, drama-history workshop.

Devised to coincide with the centenary of the end of the first World War in November 2018, this workshop is now a part of our core workshop themes.

Your students will learn about soldiers from different countries and cultures and help to retell the tales of battles from across the globe. They will:

  • Travel through the timeline of WWI, visiting they key dates.

  • Protect the Regiment by using their senses to identify the differences between the four Poison Gases.

  • Become skirmishing Battleships and transform the school hall into the battle of Jutland.

  • Take on the dangerous role of a Sapper and navigate the treacherous tunnels under No-Man’s-Land.

  • Design and build bizarre and inventive weapons to succeed across different climates in battles across the globe.


Find out what other teachers think of our workshops:

'Really engaging presenters and children came away with lots of knowledge and enthusiasm.'

Hornsea Community Primary

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National Curriculum Links:
  • The First World War and the Peace Settlement

  • A chronological knowledge and understanding of British, local and world history

  • A study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066

  • A significant turning point in British history

Imagining History World War I
Imagining History World War I
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