Aspire to Engineer: The Genetic Engineering Challenge was a UK-wide school challenge about genetic engineering, with unique prizes from the Natural History Museum ranging from a class visit to the Museum with a free workshop, to a live ‘virtual’ visit to meet the Museum scientists, or a visit to the groups classroom.
Motherhood, Loss and the First World War acknowledged the universality of bereavement as the defining experience of the First World War with a special focus on the impact on mothers — an overlooked aspect of grief from the period.
Our Motherhood, Loss and the First World War resource pack includes fascinating and moving case studies, letters between mothers and sons, activities to get involved with and more.
The Remember RAF100 database shows details of over 4000 RAF personnel who died during the First World War and are buried or commemorated in the UK.
120 of these wreaths were laid at the Cenotaph in London on Armistice Day as part of the People’s Procession. Read more about it here.