CANCER TALK WEEK
See a free pack by Macmillan from lizardo.
CHINESE NEW YEAR
Find out more at http:bit.lyqiMA1S
GOODBYE, WINNIE (1965)
Sir Winston Churchill died on this day at the age of 90. He is best remembered for his formidable leadership during the Second World War. See a resource from alana852 for his Iron Curtain speech.
ALL HAIL THE HAGGIS
Burns Night is an institution in Scotland - a time to celebrate Robbie Burns, the national bard. Follow this BBC link for details of how to celebrate the occasion in the proper fashion and more information about the man himself: http:bbc.in8jJIPq
INDIA BREAKS FREE (1950)
The independent republic of India was born on this day, after nearly 100 years of British rule. Power was transferred in 1947, but this date marks the final cutting of ties. Learn more with a resource from google.
HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY
This day marks the liberation of Auschwitz - the largest of the Nazi concentration camps - in Poland in 1945. Get help on teaching how and why the Holocaust happened from QCDA_Resources.
'LET HIM HAVE IT' (1953)
Derek Bentley, 19, was hanged for his part in the murder of PC Sidney Miles. Forty years later, then Home Secretary Michael Howard granted him a pardon. Use this resource from daisyreed87 for a thought-provoking lesson.
POVERTY amp; HOMELESS ACTION WEEK
This has been run each year since 2008 and brings together Homelessness Sunday (29 January) and Poverty Action Sunday (5 February). Learn more at www.actionweek.org
Find all links and resources at www.tes.co.ukresources018.