Next week at school - 15-21 October 2011
`ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS'
This hymn's lyrics were published in Church Times in 1864. The music, by Sir Arthur Sullivan, would come later. www.historynet.comonward- christian-soldiers-the-story-of-the-salvation-army.htm
WORLD FOOD DAY
Food can be a sensitive subject. Raise awareness of the problems for those in developing countries, showing how wheat is used in a range of food around the world with resources from www.grainchain.com
PEACE PRIZE FOR MOTHER TERESA
After years of caring for the ill and the dying, the missionary received the Nobel Peace Prize on this day in 1979. Find out more about the Albanian-born carer in a resource shared by Kirstymc1.
THE VENUS REVOLUTION
The Soviet Union sent a space probe around Venus for the first time on this day in 1969 (and said they would get to Serena later). Explore space, satellites and probes in a resource uploaded by Cressida.
LONG ROAD TO FREEDOM
What price justice? The Guildford Four were released after 15 years in prison on this day in 1989. Read about their battle for freedom and find out where they are now. www.innocent.org.ukcasesguildford4
DALAI LAMA VISITS THE UK
Tenzin Gyatso, the Dalai Lama and spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhists, came to the UK for the first time on this day in 1973 on a tour of Europe. Read up on Buddhism at www.thebuddhistsociety.org
This is a celebration of the victory won by the Royal Navy, commanded by Nelson, over the combined French and Spanish fleets in 1805. Try Channel 4 Learning's interactive game on navy battles, available on TES Resources.