Here’s our second guest post from students from the Summer School, where students used items from our collections as inspiration as they created silent animated films that may feature in our new First World War Galleries opening in 2014…Read More
Last week IWM London partially re-opened. If you’ve been following this blog you’ll know that we are transforming IWM London to mark the Centenary of the First World War in 2014, creating new spaces and new ways for you to explore our unique collections.Read More
Earlier this week IWM London partially re-opened! Here’s a sneak peak at what’s been happening behind the scenes during our temporary closure.Read More
As everyone gears up for our partial reopening of IWM London on 29 July, here is our short guide to museum openings of yesteryear.Read More
This week we are launching the sixth and final podcast in our series. Once again our Young Reporters go the behind the scenes and talk to our local residents and friends of IWM London to see what the local communities think about the major changes taking place as part of Transforming IWM London.
I particularly love this sixth and final podcast because it reminds us how close a community we have and what an important place IWM London is for so many people. Working for IWM London I often hear people’s stories of their first memories of coming and why they love our family of five museums.
This week’s podcast gives you a chance for you to hear a couple these stories brought to you by our fantastic IWM Young Reporters. Listen to the last in our six-part series of IWM Young Reporters’ exclusive podcasts below:
Our Young Reporters are from local schools Archbishop Sumner and Oasis Academy Johanna. In this part of the Young Reporters two year project they made these fantastic podcasts with the support of Lambeth College Radio students. The Young Reporters project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.Read More
I first became aware of the New Perspectives project with IWM when I was asked by Anna Lotinga to act as a consultant to the project last summer. After we met at Broomfield School where I work as an Advanced Skills (History) Teacher and Head of Department, I was so impressed with what I heard that I immediately asked to be part of the project. This was an awesome opportunity for my students to create animated films about the First World War.Read More