Menu
Home Page
We are an OUTSTANDING Church of England School - the report is on our website

Women

In WW1 and WW2 women were not allowed to fight for the people.
Women didn’t have the right of way. They had to stay home and do all the house work and work on bombs or farms.
They were forced to stay at home and works on shifts or at factory's.

 

The women's hardest jobs

 

There was

-Mechanics

-Engineers

-Tank drivers

-Building ships

-Working in factories- making bombs and aircraft parts

-Air aid warden

-Driving fire engines

-Plumbers

-Ambulance drivers

-WRVS volunteers

-Nurses

Memorial to war women

 

 

 

The memorial stands in Whitehall, about a hundred yards from the cenotaph. The 22ft-high bronze sculpture depicts the uniforms and working clothes worn by women.

Picture 1
Top