Home Education children exploring World War One - on the anniversary of 100 years - looking at the reasons and the new technology and engineering such as tanks and mining.
In the early part of the last century, a great disaster struck Europe that was to affect the entire World. The First World War. For over 50 months nations would commit their countrymen to a war that was so dreadful it would be called The Great War. One word was to symbolize the horror and futility of the Great War - the 'Trench’. Throughout the British Isles, mainland Europe and beyond, war memorials remember the names of those who have fallen in service of their country. Many of those names seen in Britain are for lives lost during The First World War. A planetarium full dome immersive film 360 degree view - is used to show life in a trench and also fighting and survival. This workshop is suitable for children aged 3 years and upwards, and will last just over an hour. The session starts at 11:00. They will have free access to our dinosaur den and sensory rooms, where they have numerous interactive activities and real fossils.
For pre-booking contact Science Zone on 01202 729206 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We do require a parent or guardian to stay with attending children for all of our sessions. One £6.00 (£5.00 + VAT) ticket entitles 1 CHILD and 1 ADULT to attend a Science Zone Workshop. Please note there is an additional charge of £2.00 for any extra non participating children and/or adults