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Great War – Contribute

This project offers the unique opportunity for you to contribute to our understanding of early 20th century education. Do you have images from the period, or remember family members talking about teaching or being pupils during the Great War? If you do we want to hear from you. Please upload any comments below or contact projects@sydenhamarts.co.uk or 020 8659 7911 to discuss.

 
Great War Classroom – Guidance Document for Schools 10/07/2016

Essentials on one page   The Great War Classroom Experience has been developed by Sydenham Arts as part of its commemoration of the centenary of the Great War….

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Great War Classroom – The lesson plan 01/07/2016

An immersive theatre experience means that no two Great Classroom experiences are ever the same. Here is the plan/script for the performance.  We’d love hear your thoughts. Great War…

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Great War Classroom Project Launch 21/06/2016

Sydenham Arts and Kirkdale Bookshop are delighted to invite you to the launch of our Great War Classroom project on Monday 27th of June at 7.30pm at the Kirkdale…

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Graves and Memorials of Sydenham Great War Dead 14/06/2016

The website of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission offers a means of searching their records of war graves which is capable of finding at least some of the…

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Biography of Charles Maddock Stuart 27/05/2016

The character of the teacher who will be leading the Great War Classroom experience will be based on the real-life person of Charles Maddock Stuart, who was the…

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Observation of Recreated Victorian Classroom Lesson 30/03/2016

By Mike Tibbetts, Researcher on Great War Classroom project. During my first visit to Scotland Street School Museum in Glasgow on April 24th, 2015, a recreated lesson experience…

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Visit to Scotland Street School Museum, Glasgow 24/03/2016

Scotland Street School was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh between 1903 and 1906, for the School Board of Glasgow. Now a museum, it tells the story of 100…

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