In the Classroom
Here you will find helpful lesson plans covering a broad range of topics, a fun quiz to use with the Never Such Innocence resource, and tips on getting started with producing poetry and art.
We also want to hear from you and the young people you work with or support. You can help shape the future of Never Such Innocence by filling in this worksheet:
After the centenary has ended we will be continuing our work in 2019 and beyond, engaging children and young people with commemorating our shared history and heritage. We will be developing our activities with children and young people as our highest priority, and want to hear their views!
Please send any completed sheets to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or in the post to:
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Saying Thank You - Lesson Plan
Together with The Royal British Legion, we are inviting young people to share a message of remembrance and hope, and say 'Thank You' to the First World War generation. Use this lesson plan alongside the Never Such Innocence resource to prepare your entries for the Thank You Competition.
Football during the First World War - Lesson Plan
Football was a force for unity one hundred years ago as men on the frontlines played together with friends and foe, and women and girls took to the field in unprecedented numbers. Use this lesson plan alongside the Never Such Innocence resource to learn more about the role of sport during the First World War and prepare your entries for the Thank You Competition.
Poetry in the First World War - Lesson Plan and Teacher's Presentation
Use this lesson plan and presentation alongside the poems in the Never Such Innocence resource to help students write their own.