VJ Day Digital Exhibition Explores The Diversity Of The Fourteenth Army
In this session you will discover the role that medical professionals played in the First World and explore how many of the innovations of the time have impacted on medicine today.
Our KS4 offer has a range of full day and short activities to support curriculum and GCSE learning.
The National Memorial Arboretum, has launched a new augmented reality experience which takes families on a journey to learn about Our Everyday Heroes.
In this second Medicine in the First World War session you will discover more about the role that medical professionals played in the First World and explore how many of the innovations of the time have impacted on medicine today.
In partnership with The Royal British Legion, the Arboretum has launched two free downloadable activity packs marking the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
The Arboretum has plenty to offer anyone in higher education, from visits as part of a university course, to self-study and bespoke packages.
Through a range of Explorer days our Key Stage 2 offer gives students the chance to interact with the subject of remembrance in a variety of ways through guided tours and talks and classroom-based activities that last up to a full day.
We offer a variety of sessions to support curriculum learning and enhance children’s understanding of Remembrance.
We welcome visits from Girlguiding & Scout Association Groups, to home education partnerships, sports teams and other youth groups.
We welcome and encourage teachers and trainee teachers to visit the National Memorial Arboretum as part of Teacher Training and CPD.
Our Key Stage 1 offer has a range of engaging activities that have been designed to suit the needs of your school and are appropriate for the age and ability of students lasting from 30 minutes through to a full day.
Our programme of free Activity Days run throughout the year, and allow students to explore topical alongside the Arboretum grounds and memorials.
Learning and engagement are at the heart of what we do. Here are some materials that we invite you to use from home.
Inspire students and young people with a learning visit at the Arboretum. Facilitated and self-led visits for schools, higher education, military groups and youth groups are available.