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Year Six Research Life in Sidcup and Area During World War Two

The Year Six children have been learning about World War Two and through the course of our lessons have become increasingly interested in how the War affected our local area. A trip to our Local Archives at Bexleyheath Library provided answers to many of their questions, and the children spent the morning handling and exploring artefacts, including newspapers, toys, bombing maps and ARP Warden diaries kept from the time. “It was really interesting to find out what happened during the war near my house, and where the bombs fell,” said Kannisha. The children were also able to search their extensive database for photographs and found many of Sidcup and Bexley. They were fascinated by how much our local area has changed.  Alfie said, “It was interesting to see all the hard work the Library had done to find and catalogue all the photos so that we could easily access them.”

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