KS1-KS2 (Ages 5 to 11)
Discover more about Mary Seacole and her work at the British Hotel during the Crimean War.
KS2-KS4 (Age 7 to 16)
Explore the life and times of Walter Tull, one of Britain’s first black army officers, who served during the First World War.
KS2-KS5 (Ages 7 to 18)
Explore the history of black soldiers in the British Army through collection-based objects and stories.
KS1-KS2 (Age 5 to 11)
Explore the history of camouflage with objects and uniform from the Museum’s handling collection.
KS2 (Age 7 to 11)
Have you got what it takes to survive in the jungle? Try our quiz to find out.
Try our Army-themed outdoor games, from ‘Soldierly Statues’ to ‘Camouflage Hide and Seek’.
Master the art of building your own den with our simple steps, for either inside or outside!
Learn about camouflage in the animal kingdom and disguise your own creature.
Use our step-by-step instructions to try your hand at desert-themed drawings.
Use our simple step-by-step instructions to draw Army-related transport.
What material, shape and design makes the best parachute? Have a go at making your own mini-parachute at home in this fun family activity.
Try our at-home scavenger hunt to help Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole on their journey to the Crimea.
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