2017 will see the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Passchendaele. As part of the national commemorations, you and your students have a unique opportunity to travel to the Passchendaele battlefields in 2017 and to lead a community-focussed commemorative project as part of the programme's Legacy110 initiative.
There is no better way for students to develop a personal connection to the First World War than through visiting the former battlefields 100 year on. Sign up today and join one of our tours in 2017 and be part of the national commemoration of the First World War.
Click here to watch our video to find out more about our award-winning tours.
On our tours the students will have the opportunity to interact with a variety of different historic sites including battlefields, memorials, cemeteries and museums, participate in remembrance ceremonies, and record, reflect and share their own experiences.
Teachers will also get the opportunity of developing their own subject knowledge and considering new and exciting ways of engaging young people outside the classroom.
“Wow! What an amazing trip from start to finish. The organisation of the trip was impeccable with every minute accounted for with engaging & thought-provoking activities for both teacher & students alike.”
One teacher and two students from every state funded secondary school in England
are able to book onto one of our FREE battlefield tours to the Western Front.
All our tours will be accompanied by one of our National Education Co-ordinators as well as an experienced battlefield guide accredited by the Guild of Battlefield Guides.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to be part of the national commeorations of Somme100 in 2016, and register your interest today. We will then be in contact to advise you when the next regional tour becomes available.
Our itineraries are designed to build on classroom learning and to provide opportunities for students to actively pursue meaningful historical enquiries. They will be tailored to enable you to visit sites that relate to your region or locality, and where possible, individually researched graves.
Click on the "School Registration Map" to see which other schools in your local areas have registered for the First World War Centenary Battlefield Tours Programme.
See the places we visit on our tour itineraries using the interactive map, and start to plan your visit using our onsite tour materials that include maps, resources and suggested activities for use whilst on the tour.More