With this workshop, the participants conduct their own research on a fallen soldier during the Battle of Passchendaele. Starting with a picture, a name and date they reconstruct what happened on the fatal day to ‘their’ soldier.
This workshop is based on our project ‘Passchendaele Archives’. With this project we aim at adding a face and a story to those who gave their lives during the Battle of Passchendaele. They will no longer only will be a name on the wall of the missing or on a headstone, but shall have their own locatable spot in the landscape. Optionally, participants can visit ‘their’ soldier afterwards during the (guided) visit to CWGC Tyne Cot Cemetery. There, they can take on the role of guide and report back with their information.
- Location: educational space near the museum
- Duration: 1h tot 1.30h (visit to Tyne Cot Cemetery or Passchendaele Museum not included)
- Target group: 17+ years
- Download here the information brochure for students
- Download here the information brochure for adult groups
- Additionally you can also use this educational package
- We advise you to prepare the workshop in class before your visit
- This package also offers alternative sessions that focus exclusively on Australian, Canadian, New Zealand or UK stories
- 15-25 people: € 100,00 per workshop
- 26-50 people: € 150,00 per workshop
- Interested to combine this workshop with a non-guided or guided visit to the Passchendaele Museum? You can find rates here.
- Interested to combine this workshop with a guided visit to CWGC Tyne Cot Cemetery? You can find rates here.
Do you wish to receive a tailor-made offer?
Please contact our reservations department and we will gladly help you.