We capture the personal recollections of our armed service Veterans
so their legacy of bravery, sacrifice and suffering can live on.
As part of the project, ‘Korea - The Forgotten War’, we have been working with a number of partners in order to develop learning resources and session plans suitable for formal learning at Key Stage 2, 3 and 4.
“Peace cannot be kept by force,
it can only be achieved by understanding.”
Based on original reminiscence and supported by interview film clips from service veterans, these creative resources support teachers and educators in the fields of history, geography, citizenship, politics, and journalism.
A dedicated Arts Award has also beed developed in partnership with Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council.
The resources are available for viewing by clicking on the image below.
As part of the project 'Korea - The Forgotten War', Legasee have worked in partnership with Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council to develop a special Arts Award.
Arts Award is a nationally recognised qualification organised by Arts Council England and accredited by Trinity College London. Arts Award aims to inspire and develop creativity and leadership in young people from 5-25.
Our Arts Award encourages students to undertake a variety of creative activities inspired by the work Legasee does interviewing veterans of conflict. It is a Discover level Arts Award and as such can be adapted for use with children and young people aged 5+.
If you are already delivering Arts Award you are welcome to download our log and use it with your young people. For more information about running Arts Award for the first time, please visit www.artsaward.org.uk.
Tameside MBC Arts Award http://www.tameside.gov.uk/artsaward
Trinity College London http://www.trinitycollege.com/site/?id=59