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WWII Evacuees

Your class will be transported back in time to 1940, discovering what life was like as an evacuee. During your visit your class will learn all about the history of WW2, who took part, why we joined and what happened. The children will handle artefacts from the time and be taken inside an Anderson shelter to experience what it was like during the Blitz.

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Full day
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On arrival one of our tutors will welcome your group to the Centre and go through the schedule for the day, learning objectives and health and safety issues.

  • Understand what life was like for evacuated children and how they were treated.
  • Experience being billeted. Visit and Anderson Shelter
  • Learn about WW2 and hear important facts
  • Develop teamwork and map reading skills
  • Have fun learning outdoors
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Detailed activity sheets will be provided at the centre for group’s self- leading sessions. Please note all activity programmes may vary depending on number of pupils and their needs, length of visit and weather conditions.

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