Frontline Living History
Last Wednesday we welcomed Frontline Living History into school to work with our Year 11 GCSE students in a workshop focussed on WW1 Battlefield Medicine. David Allton and Richard Townsley were incredibly knowledgeable and brought with them some fantastic kit for our students to view. A highlight of the presentation was learning about the casualty evacuation chain, our guests talked the students through the Army uniform that would have been worn and what medicines were used at the time to treat injured soldiers. Some of the students even had the opportunity to act out a scenario for their peers, including carrying an injured soldier. We would like to give a huge thank you to Frontline Living History for visiting us, the knowledge our students have gained will be a huge asset to them in preparation for their upcoming exams.
Posted by marchesadmin on 18th November 2019, under Marches
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