Last updated: 19 September 2011
Complete Primary & Prep gallery trails can be found below. A Remembrance trail is available for use in the World Wars gallery. A Florence Nightingale & Mary Seacole trail is available for use in the Changing the World gallery.
Complete Secondary & Sixth Form gallery trails can be found below. A First World War trail is available for use in the World Wars gallery and a Boer War trail for use in the corridor exhibition.
To support your self-led gallery visit, a box of hands-on activities suitable for use by small groups of children supported by adults is now available. Please ask the Education team for more information when booking your session.
Our build-your-own trails, for use in the World Wars gallery, are made from single-sheet worksheets designed for you to select your own themes and style of sheet. This enables you to better match the needs of your primary or secondary group when studying World War Two.
If your students are studying a World War One/World War Two comparison question, the following single-sheet worksheets might be of interest.
Share in the Museum's extensive archive and image collection through our classroom resources, now available as PDF and PowerPoint files.
Our Black Asian British Army online exhibition provides suggestions on how you can integrate the topic of black and Asian soldiers with your teaching.
More resources for school groups visiting the Museum will be added in the next few months.
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