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World War I Learning Sessions

Book one of our World War I themed Learning sessions for your group

March organised by WSPU London, 1915 © People's History Museum

The museum displayed the changing exhibition A Land Fit For Heroes: War and the Working Class 1914-1918 from 24 May 2014 to 1 February 2015.

Learning groups can continue to book any of our World War I themed Learning sessions for their school or community group.

World War I themed Learning workshops

Suitable for key stage 3, 4 & post 16Living History: Baddies - Conscience & Conflict During World War I © People's History Museum

Living History workshops use performance, interactive drama activities and gallery exploration to bring learning to life.

Suitable for key stage 2, 3, 4 & post 16

  • City Centre Trail – explore Manchester’s hidden World War I history with a qualified tour guide

pARTicipate – a range of artist led workshops informed by our unique collections:

Post 16

English Heritage, Heritage Schools WWI package

Working in collaboration, The English Heritage ‘Heritage Schools Programme’, Archives+, People’s History Museum and Manchester Guided Tours put together two Manchester and World War One Activity Day Programmes for schools.  Activities were suitable for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 students and took place in the centre of Manchester.  The days were available from September 2014 to February 2015.  Please look on our Heritage Schools WWI webpage for more information.

Self-guided

We have World War I displays in our main galleries that groups can visit.  The Learning Team produced self-led resources to be used by school groups and community groups when they visited the exhibition A Land Fit For Heroes.  You can still download the World War I Learning resources to use with your group.

  • Many of our sessions are suitable, or can be adapted, for learners with special needs.  For further information or to book a session, please use the Learning enquiry form to contact the Learning Team or call 0161 838 9190.

The exhibition was supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.

The National Lottery, Heritage Lottery Fund

First World War Centenary, Led By IWM

Part of the First World War Centenary Programme