WW1: A Call to Arms

Lancashire Infantry Museum

  • Activity
  • KS 2
  • KS 3
  • History
  • WW1

HALF DAY 

Take a journey back in time and join our WW1 Recruitment Sergeants as they welcome you as ‘conscripts’ to the British Army in this fully interactive and inspirational learning experience set during WW1 in 1916. Pupils will discover the joys of drill, explore the causes of WW1 and be introduced to the basic kit issued to every soldier. Our Recruitment Sergeants will put you through your paces, introduce you to army life, explain the importance of the regiment and lead you in ‘swearing the oath’. It’s time you do your duty as you prepare for ‘the big push’ and answer ‘a call to arms!’

Note: The Museum is temporarily closed to school visits, however our popular and interactive sessions will be delivered from the Museum of Lancashire.

Half day session (2 hrs)

£2.80 LCC pupil / £3.30 non LCC pupil

All day session (4 hrs)

£5.60 LCC pupil / £6.60 non LCC pupil

For a full day the session can be delivered with our WW1 session at the Museum of Lancashire.

As the Lancashire Infantry Museum is temporarily closed, this session is currently being delivered at the Museum of Lancashire. For more information please visit the Museum of Lancashire’s venue page

Museum of Lancashire

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If you wish to enquire about this learning session please complete the form below. This form gets emailed directly to your chosen venue and a member of staff will contact you to answer any questions and confirm the session is available. Then if you wish to make a formal booking more information will be forwarded to you.

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