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The Beatles Story’s European Peace Monument Resource

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Download this free teaching resource from The Beatles Story to learn more about The Global Peace Initiative.

Suitable for: KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5

Subjects: Citizenship, History, PSHE

About.

Learn about The Global Peace Initiative.

This free education pack from The Beatles Story provides a background to the Global Peace Initiative and the concept of peace sculptures around the world. In particular, the pack focuses on the Liverpool monument.

Details.

Suitable for: KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5

Subjects: Citizenship, History, PSHE

Topics: N/A

This resource was created by The Beatles Story, Liverpool. Images, text and content may be subject to copyright.

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About The Beatles Story.

The award-winning The Beatles Story, Liverpool is the world’s largest permanent exhibition telling the story of the lives, times and music of The Beatles.

The Discovery Zone at The Beatles Story provides the ideal educational day out for primary schools. Children of all ages will learn about The Beatles’ lives, times, music and influential legacy using fun interactive resources.

Compose music on a giant piano, listen to records in the 1960s NEMS record store, create Beatles inspired artwork, sing along to the Beatles’ greatest songs on the replica Cavern Club stage and discover the story of the Beatles on an interactive timeline.

The Discovery Zone is continually developing resources to aid teachers with changes to the National Curriculum to create a fun and educational experience for all.

The Beatles Story’s commitment to life-long learning ensures every visitor has a valuable experience regardless of age or ability.

Experience interactive Beatles-themed activities allowing both young and old to learn about the Beatles’ music, the times they lived in and their influential legacy in a fun, interactive way confirming The Beatles Story’s commitment to life-long learning.

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