About the WFA's Schools resources
The resources in the Schools section have been designed by teachers for use both in schools and on battlefield tours. Most of the material is available in forms which will allow you to modify them for your own use. Under each Key Stage just click on the link you require in order to open pages of downloadable material. You can also use the search function to find material in the Schools section and in the Land Warfare, Naval and Air War, and People sections on the Home Page.
WFA Education always welcomes suggestions for material to be included on the website and would be delighted to hear about resources that you have found useful.
If you require any further information, or have any suggestions, please contact one of the Education Officers.
Why should young people mark Remembrance Day? - November 2009
17 year old Crawford McInally-Kier is a pupil at Hutchesons' Grammar School in Glasgow. His great-great-grandfather served with the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, and died during the First World War, leaving behind a wife and six month old daughter.
(used with permission of The Commonwealth War Graves Commission)
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