Remember me - echoes from the lost generations Sniper
 
 

Reflects – the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s commitment to inspiring and involving young people

Recognises – the social and cultural relevance of commemoration in promoting informed and responsible citizenship for the future

Provides – interactive learning opportunities in

  • History
  • PSHE and Citizenship
  • English
  • ICT
  • Design and Technology
  • Music

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Acknowledgements

 
Contents:
Mouse over each of the items below for a description of that section  
 
CWGC Then - The creation of a remarkable organisation and the principles of equality upon which it is founded Who cares? - The problem of vandalism, its consequences and possible remedies
 
 
CWGC Now - The continuing work, remembrance and its relevance today, including a chance to design an inspiring memorial in a garden setting Requiem - Music motivated by war and a competition to compose an Anthem of Remembrance
 
 
Hitting Home - World Wars - local catastrophes. The enduring impact of war on families and communities Truth - the First Casualty? - Truth, lies and propaganda - how different media record the same event, and the issues this raises
 
 
Matters of Life and Death Using the CWGC database to track the lives of those who died One Boy - An assembly presentation designed for Remembrance time.