Remembrance Day KS1 Activities Pack
This Remembrance Day KS1 Activities Pack contains lots of useful activities and resources for sharing this poignant day with the children in your class.
Easy-Peasy Visual Arts Lessons
Visual Arts is definitely not my forte, but I do however enjoy it. I know some teachers hate glue and supplies and anything that can make a little me…
In a field of scarlet, a solemn tribute
Albert Willis, a Chelsea Pensioner, Beefeater Paul Cunliffe, and Captain Joe Robinson, an officer in the Grenadier Guards, paid their respects to the fallen of the First World War at the Tower of London.
Kate Middleton’s best royal tour style moments
From Canada to India, we're taking a look at Kate Middleton’s best royal tour outfits.
Britain honours the fallen: Thousands gather for Remembrance Sunday
The Queen led the nation in commemorations by laying a wreath at the Cenotaph in Whitehall after a two-minute silence at 11am.
Scotland Remembers by Jacqueline Hurley
Commissioned by Poppy Scotland as their World War One Armistice Centenary image, Jacqueline's painting, Scotland Remembers, reflects the distinctive Poppy Scotland remembrance poppy and commemorates the 100 years since the end of WWI.
War Dog Memorial
This is the official NH War Dog Memorial near Dover probably in Barrington. I'll be away on Memorial Day, so I thought I'd put up an appropriate image a little early instead.
National Mill Dog Rescue
National Mill Dog Rescue, Peyton, Colorado. 682,978 likes · 28,931 talking about this. National Mill Dog Rescue rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes...
The last of the poppies is planted: Thousands flock to Tower of London to see teenage cadet put the final ceramic flower in place as the nation falls silent to remember Britain's war dead
The 888,246th poppy was planted by 13-year-old cadet Harry Hayes to mark the completion of Blood-Swept Lands And Seas of Red, the poignant memorial which has filled the Tower's moat.
Poppies at the Tower of London
It is not my story, it is their story, the British military fatalities of war. I am just a small part of thousands of people who have had the opportunity to contribute to a piece of installation art. Created by Paul Cummins with the layout staged by Tom Piper these ceramic poppies form Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red. It was a very moving experience. Putting the poppies together was demanding on the fingers. Hammering them into the ground was easy. The bigger picture after we had finished…
Day to remember for Harry, the 13-year-old cadet chosen to plant the final poppy at the Tower of London - whose great-great-great uncle died on the WWI battlefields of France
Harry Alexander Hayes, a Year 9 student at Reading Blue Coat School in Berkshire, today planted poppy number 888,246 at the Tower of London.