Untold Stories

The activities and primary and secondary sources in Choices Then and Now are linked to fifteen stories.

Samples of these stories may be viewed and downloaded at the bottom of this page.

Many are not well known and are best described as ‘untold stories’.  There are lots more such tales to tell, discover and explore (see our new ‘Stories in Stone’ page). You may well be able to add to these hidden histories and tell your own untold stories……not just from yesterday but also from the here and now!

The stories featured in Choices Then and Now are listed below:

  • Football for Christmas
  • Brothers at War
  • The Talking Walls and Talking Pages
  • I Want to go to School!
  • Bill and I
Shot at Dawn  Why?

Shot at Dawn. Why?

  • Boy Soldiers
  • Hidden Medals
  • The Feather Girls
  • A Soldier and a Sportsman
  • The Bravest Man I Ever Met
  • A Great Poster?
  • Women Marching for Peace
  • Whose Poppy?
  • One Girl and a Blog

IMG_2988Do you have an untold story to tell?

Why not visit one of our blog pages and write an entry?

Let others hear your story.

 

Sample stories from the Choices handbook:

Primary -The Conchie – Brothers at War  Choices-DLRedS

Secondary – An Officer and a Sportsman & The Bravest Man I  Ever Met  Choices-DLGreenS

Post 16  - Whose Poppy?  Choices-DLBlueS

Key Stage 1 – Football and Friendship  Choices-DLRedS

Note: there are two other stories and related activities for Key Stage 1. These are these are The Conchie (focus family) and Poppies (focus remembering). These may be found in the resource bank on the CD ROM.

Secondary – Malala the Blogger  Choices-DLGreenS

Note: The  story of Malala Yousafzai is differentiated and used for different purposes at primary, secondary and post 16. Each story is included in the booklet;  I Want to go to School!, Malala the Blogger and  One Girl and a Blog.