Understand why World War 2 started, the events leading up to it and the ‘Phoney War’. Discover which countries were involved in the first year of World War 2. Understand German invasion plans and the role aircraft played.
Develop an understanding of who Churchill was and his significance as a leader, using a range of sources. Become curators of a Churchill exhibition!
Learn about the home front, rationing, digging for victory, ‘make do and mend’, Dad’s Army, the Land girls and women's role during the war, the Blitz and the experiences of evacuee children.
This is a sensitive block about the lives and deaths of Jewish people during World War 2, including prejudice, oppression and the concentration camps. Study the life of the inspirational Anne Frank.
Research the events leading up to the end of the war. Learn about the D-Day landings, the role of the French Resistance, the surrender of countries, the Battle of Berlin, the death of Hitler and the Paris Peace Treaties of 1947.