Case Studies

See what other schools are doing by looking at these examples of post visit commemorative projects which we have selected from different schools around the country.

Click on the link below to see local and national Legacy 110 projects which have already been completed.

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THE BATTLE OF BOAR’S HEAD: UNVEILING A MEMORIAL TO THE MEN OF THE ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT

On the 30th June 2016, a permanent memorial was unveiled in Worthing by the students of Chatsmore Catholic High School. The memorial is dedicated to the memory of the soldiers of the three Sussex Battalions who fought at the Battle of Boar’s Head on the 30th June 1916’. This project was the culmination of months of work inspired going on one of our battlefield tours   ...

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1916: IT’S MORE THAN JUST THE SOMME - York ISSP

In March 2015, students from York Independent State School Partnership and other schools around York took part in a battlefield tour on the Western Front.  On their return home the schools decided to do a joint city wide Legacy 110 project.  Firstly, they organised a memorial service in York Minster and then followed this up with a public exhibition about the war at the Castle Museum in the city to commemorate the centenary of 1916…

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‘LEGACY: ALWAYS REMEMBERED, NEVER FORGOTTEN’

In December 2015, Ormiston Rivers Academy Performing Arts students took to the stage to perform 'Legacy', a live production of drama, music and dance which took place for three nights to sell-out crowds and which won rave reviews from those who saw it. The idea for this came from the teachers and students who went in one of our battlefield tours to Western Front last spring ...

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Battlefields tour inspires Coventry students to create a 'Peace Prayer Garden'

Students from Cardinal Newman School, Coventry have been inspired by their battlefields tour to create a 'Peace Prayer Garden' which is used by students and members of the local community for reflection and commemoration...

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Legacy 110 - Discovering local soldiers

Abean George and Ethan Robinson, students at St. Paul’s Catholic School, in Evington, Leicestershire, used their battlefields tour to create and deliver a 'Legacy 110' wihin their local community.

Their research on two local soldiers – Archibald Bowell and Gerald Trolove – has had a profound effect upon the people of Evington...

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Vale School - A musical tribute to a local soldier

Vale School in Haringey have paid tribute to local soldier, George Lawson, as part of their 'Legacy 110' project. Their SEN students have delivered an innovative and engaging legacy to the First World War for their local community.  

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The Meadows School - Roll of Honour

The Meadows Special School have utilised their battlefields tour to create a lasting legacy to the First World War for the people of Leek and Stoke-on-Trent...

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The Norton Knatchbull school honour their fallen

The Norton Knatchbull School decided to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War and honour the former members of the school community who gave their lives by releasing 400 red balloons. The idea for this came from William Marshman-Crispin, a Year 9 student, who had recently been on one of our battlefield tours to Belgium and France...

 

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