Education at War Memorial Park
As part of the Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery Funded 'Parks for People' Project, new education programmes and resource packs have been developed for schools to come and use the War Memorial Park.
The Education Service at the Park aims to encourage a sense of wonder and respect for the environment through a range of outdoor learning programmes.
We have a range of exciting hands-on activities and field study programmes which support many areas of the national curriculum and beyond. All programmes build on the key skills of communication, thinking and working with others. With notice, we can also create programmes to suit your group's needs or further develop topics that are being studied.
Why use the War Memorial Park?
- Make use of one of the city's best cultural and historic locations.
- Come and View the 87ft high War Memorial. Read the lines from Laurence Binyon's poem, 'The Fallen' around the Memorial. And see the poppies carrying the names of Coventry's Victoria Cross holders.
- See the individual trees and plaques of those remembered in the park.
- Look at the 'Missing Faces' exhibition in the Visitor Centre. Do you share a surname with, or have a picture of, one of the 'missing faces'? Research the names with the education team
- A compact and varied range of habitats. From formal gardens to wildflower meadows and feudal Ridge and Furrow.
- Free parking in three car parks.
- A convenient and easy to access location less than one mile from the centre of Coventry - postcode CV3 6PT.
- Experienced on-site education team.
- For a small fee, use of our Education Room.
- Make use of our other improved facilities at the park - public toilets, two cafés, floodlit tennis courts, putting and bowling greens.