Next week at school - 14-20 November 2011

11th November 2011 at 00:00

MONDAY

GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK

Fancy yourself as an investor on Dragons' Den or a Sir Richard Branson- style tycoon with a dozen different businesses? Help your pupils learn how to think like entrepreneurs with a quiz from kelvincheung.

TUESDAY

ANTI-BULLYING WEEK

We all remember the boy who tied our pigtails to the chair or stole our lunch money - but bullying is no joking matter. Discover how to tackle bullying in school with resources from pinknoodles.

WEDNESDAY

CHILDREN IN NEED

The BBC's first ever appeal for children was a five-minute radio broadcast on Christmas Day in 1927. Try quiz and video resources from d487nt to help your class learn more about the annual charity event.

THURSDAY

MUSLIM HAJJ PILGRIMAGE

Give students a flavour of the sacred journey to Mecca - the largest annual gathering of people in the world - by showing them this evocative video filmed on location in a resource from pinknoodles.

FRIDAY

KNOCK IT OFF

Anyone who has ever played darts will have a sneaking admiration for William Tell's skill at shooting an apple so squarely from his son's head, which he did on this date in 1307. Learn more at http:bit.lysiGZPH

SATURDAY

THE MONICA LEWINSKY SCANDAL

Impeachment hearings began on this day in 1998 against President Clinton, who had famously declared "I did not have sexual relations with that woman." Enjoy a Clinton-themed crossword from allenk.

SUNDAY

RIGHTS OF THE CHILD

It's not so long ago that youngsters were being shoved up chimneys. But for the past 22 years, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child has been working to protect their childhoods. Learn more with a resource from Unicef on TES Resources.

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