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Assembly discussing themes of service and sacrifice in WW2 and through the pandemic, featuring videos and illustrations to use as part of Remembrance commemorations.
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Assembly exploring themes of service and sacrifice in WW2 and the Covid-19 pandemic, featuring videos and illustrations to use as part of Remembrance commemorations.
Take part in Remembrance through creative writing and the voices of children from WW2 through the short story 'Tomorrow Today' by Leila Rasheed.
16MB ZIP file