KS2-KS3 (Ages 7 to 14)
Explore the theme of remembrance and the service of African and Caribbean men and women in the British Army with BlackPoppyRose.
Explore the contribution of Caribbean women who joined the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) during the Second World War.
Step into the world of Army signalling in the latest instalment of Operation Science.
EY-KS2 (Ages 3 to 11)
All sorts of animals have helped the Army. Get your grown-ups involved and try this Mini Mission at home.
Music has been part of Army life for a long time! Get your grown-ups involved and try this Mini Mission at home.
Explore the science behind parachutes and see how well Brussel sprouts can fly in this festive-themed video.
KS2 (Ages 7 to 11)
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.
KS1-KS2 (Ages 5 to 11)
Go behind the scenes at the National Army Museum to discover more about an unusual item in our collection.
Discover the story of the Princess Mary Gift Tin in this festive First World War activity.
Discover the extraordinary story of the First World War’s Unknown Warrior through our virtual exhibition.
Discover more about Mary Seacole and her work at the British Hotel during the Crimean War.
KS2-KS4 (Ages 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.
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