Year 6 Trip to Imperial War Museum

Elmhurst School for Boys

14th December 2017 | Key Stage 2

On 28th November, Year 6 went on a trip to the Imperial War Museum in London to better understand the topic of World War 1 that they have been doing in History.  The trip was a huge success as many of the boys were fascinated by what they found.  The World War 1 Galleries have an excellent exhibition and really brought this important period in history to life for the boys. The recreation of the trench experience was the favourite of many boys and they enjoyed imagining what life was like for the soldiers that fought in the war.

Please read some War diaries that the bnoys have written.
War Diary by Shravan
War Diary by Thushan

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