Anderson Shelter Models As part of the curriculum my year 5 and 6 art group have been studying WW2. As part of their learning I though it would be good to come up with a project that would last a large chunk of the term. I came up with the idea for the children to create models of Anderson Shelters. I didn't introduce the project until half way through the term because I wanted the children to of gained knowledge of their topic through their other subject lessons. By the time we started they…
Anderson bomb shelter for world war II project. It features a overload of posters promoting dig for victory, recycling and bomb shelter etiquette to symbolise the importance of propaganda posters during the period.
WW2 Anderson Shelter
A friend's child needed to do a school project on the second world war, make a model of an Anderson Shelter. I was called in the 'help' and after 3 weeks of intense work we created this 1/12 scale model which has a removable front so you can see inside and a small light to show how cramped they were. Alisha was awarded a head teachers award for this. Photo by Nick Hennessy