Blood and Bugs resources

As part of the BBC WW1 at Home Centenary tour, the College designed a series of hands-on activities to engage families with the world of pathology during WW1 and today. 

Visitors were able to discover what life was like 100 years ago, and learnt about the effect of WW1 on life at home in the UK, and how the conflict has shaped the world today. The  activities were set within a replica WW1 Nissen Hut and took  visitors on an interactive journey, from past to present, looking at pathology then and now. 

The activities are now available to download. Feel free to recreate them with different audiences.