Y8 History Imperial War Museum Day Trip

Please note that all of the details provided below are SUBJECT TO CHANGE. The illustrations are taken from previous years’ trips and cannot be guaranteed.    

Audience Year 8 (Two trips)
Trip Organiser: Mr G Marshall - James (Teacher of History)                                               
Approx Coat Per Pupil: £15 (Upon application)
Pupil Premium Criteria: May apply for this trip
Limited Places: 120 (Missed Opportunity Criteria may apply for this trip)
Usual Month of Departure:

March (Dates to be confirmed in the Trip Bulletin)

Opens for Applications: TBC
Usual Duration: 1 Day
Departs & Returns in School Hours: No (Late afternoon return)
Packed Lunch Required: Yes
Term Time or Holiday: Term Time
Method(s) of Transport: Coach
Venue: Imperial War Museum, London

Final arrangements will be provided upon confirmation that your child has been allocated a place. 



Imperial War Museum is the world’s leading museum of war and conflict. Founded while the First World War was still raging, it gives voice to the extraordinary experience of ordinary people forced to live in a world torn apart by conflict.

Students will develop their knowledge and understanding of WW1 and WW2 which are the statutory components of the National Curriculum: The Holocaust.