D Day

D-Day is held annually to help us remember the sacrifice our men and women made on June 6, 1944 in the battle fought on the Normandy coast of France during World War II. 


D Day

6th June

WWII - A Tale of Sacrifice

Join us as we remember the people who served and fought in the Second World War in our school history workshop.  Our soldier, Private Samuel Barter, will enable your class to discover what everyday life was like for a conscripted soldier. They will learn about life on the front line,...

Women of WWII

Join us to remember the women who helped keep Britain running during the Second World War. This actor-led World War II school workshop brings history to life.  Our professional actor recounts life for various women in Britain between 1939-1945. She will inhabit the characters of a...

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