World War 1 and World War 2
WFS are offering a range of workshop to mark the WW1 Centenary. Workshops are interactive and allow pupils the opportunity to explore ideas creatively through a variety of mediums to include: Poetry, Dance, Drama and Theatre, illustration, games and exercises. We want pupils to identify with and learn about an actual unit to where they live; how the war impacted on families left behind; the diverse communities involved and women in the war...
Explore Tommy's war, The Home Front
Evacuees, Rationing and more...
What the schools say......
Workshop- WW1 through Music
A really interesting take on experiences in the trenches using sound as the main aspect with Year 9. It was really interesting for students to get involved in making the 'Bully beef and tea.' Heartlands Academy Nechells
WW1 Tommys War- This was a highly informative workshop about WW1 and the soldiers who joined the army/ Children loved the opportunities and resources in the trench and mine activities.
Pupils said all the resources were really good and it was one of the best days we have had in school.' Rudston Primary school September 2014
Armistice Day 11th November 2015 Eden Girls School London
We had an excellent day and students really enjoyed everything. I'm glad Steven enjoyed the day. I look forward to contacting you about future workshops. Many thanks for your prompt responses and patience. Zainab