‘As a combat medic, I heard a lot of last words; I saw a lot of last breaths taken.'
James McCloughan, Former Army medic
The Museum of Military Medicine is based at the Keogh Barracks in Aldershot. It tells the story of army medicine and healthcare, both human and animal, across 400 years - from the English Civil War to the current day, as Army Medical Services personnel continue to serve across the globe as part of the British Army.
KYTOS is pleased to announce our latest Biology trip:
The Museum of Military Medicine
Monday 18th November 2019
The visit will last for 1 hour 30 minutes. For half of the time, you will have the opportunity to explore the fascinating collection of artefacts in the museum. The second part of the tour involves a hands-on workshop about life as a WW1 medic, moving to present day and modern medical innovations and technology.
We will be leaving school at around 12.45pm and returning at approximately 3.30pm on the day. If you wish to attend, please provisionally sign up using the form on this site. Letters will then be sent home to parents/guardians of the first 30 students who apply. This must be signed and returned by the specified date, with the appropriate payment (cost of £12)