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Take your school to the Front Line without taking them abroad.

This year your students can experience Anglia’s Christmas Truce tour without having to leave the UK. We have adapted our UNIQUE fully-guided programme so you can still witness that singular moment when, albeit for a brief period, fighting along parts of the Western Front actually ceased, and still be back home by Christmas.

This tour combines:

  • Meet our Recruiting Sergeant keen to persuade your ‘men’ to sign-up for the British Expeditionary Force
  • Spend time with our Drill Sergeant learning drill & weapons handling
  • Listen to our Medical Officer explain how battlefield wounds, injuries and illnesses are treated
  • A guided visit to Sittingbourne Cemetery

Culminating in an opportunity to witness a re-enactment of the Truce itself played out by our team of actors each in the persona of a man who was in the Ypres Salient over Christmas 1914. It is a truly moving experience!

Meeting exam board specifications. Our tour content is mapped against the major examination board specifications for KS3 to KS5 students.

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Curricular Links

Curricular Links

National Curriculum

  • KS3 The First World War and the Peace Settlement


  • AQA Wider world depth study: Conflict and tension: The First World War, 1894–1918
  • Pearson Edexcel:
    • Thematic Study: Warfare and British society, c1250–present
    • IGCSE: Historical investigation: The origins and course of the First World War, 1905-1918
  • OCR:
    • Thematic study: War and British Society c.790 to c.2010
    • British Study: Britain in Peace and War, 1900–1918
  • SQA National 5:Historical Study: The Era of the Great War, 1900–1928


  • Cambridge Assessment International Education IGCSE: Depth Study: The First World War, 1914-18

A Level

  • Pearson Edexcel: Themes in breadth: The British experience of warfare, c1790–1918
  • OCR:
    • Thematic Study: The Changing Nature of Warfare 1792–1945
    • Non-British Period Study: International Relations 1890–1941 

Key Themes

Key Themes

  • Recruitment: why did young men join up in 1914?
  • Conditions at the Front: what was the experience of soldiers in the lead up to Christmas 1914?
  • The Truce: what really happened at Christmas 1914?
  • Why were the events of 1914 never repeated?
  • An opportunity for remembrance

Key Locations

Key Locations

  • Centre for Experimental Military Archaeology (CEMA)
  • Sittingbourne Cemetery





Price Includes

Price Includes

  • Fully guided
  • Tailor-made itinerary
  • An executive coach for your exclusive use
  • 1 free teacher place for every 10 paying students
  • All entrance fees associated with your visit

Brilliant with the students and staff and very-well informed about all aspects of WW1

- St. Josephs College