Why do we remember Florence Nightingale?Quick View

Why do we remember Florence Nightingale?

A comprehensive unit of work covering the life of Florence Nightingale and why we remember her now. The scheme consists of 7 lessons complete with pre and post learning assessments. Each lesson is fully resourced (worksheets and IWB presentations). This scheme of work is suitable for children in KS1 but could be adapted and used in LKS2. Explicit links to the History National Curriculum.
Y2 Writing a recount of Florence Nightingales lifeQuick View

Y2 Writing a recount of Florence Nightingales life

This is a lesson plan for a Y2 lesson (also done with year 1) where the children write a recount of Florence Nightingale's life using a website so that it can be printed. This was part of a 4 week block where the children wrote an information booklet about Florence Nightgale. Learning Objective: To use ICT to write information texts incorporating pictures
An approach to black historyQuick View

An approach to black history

This resource provides teachers with a range of stimulus for developing lessons for Black History Week. Each activity includes a biography of the famous person with accompanying group and thinking skill activities.
Medical problems in the 19th CenturyQuick View

Medical problems in the 19th Century

Learning Objectives: ALL to identify the main health problems in the period c1750–1900 MOST – as above and to explain why public health did not improve before 1850. SOME – as above and to link these to urbanisation and industrialisation.
Year 2 Information Texts Planning - Mary SeacoleQuick View

Year 2 Information Texts Planning - Mary Seacole

Here is my planning for Unit 3 Information Texts based on our history topic Mary Seacole. I have also included some of the resources that I used and some of the websites that I found useful - Including a link to the Museum of London with whom I managed to book a free video conference. Not sure if its any good but hope its useful!
Rising PopulationQuick View

Rising Population

Explain that the population in Britain has been rising steadily since World War 2. This is not only due to immigration, but also to improved health services. Discuss the birth of the National Health Service. Children draw graphs to show population growth.
Cross Curricular Theme PlanningQuick View

Cross Curricular Theme Planning

Updated and revised. The plans are based on the foundation stage EYFS themes (CLL - Communication Literacy and Language; PSRN - Problem Solving, reasoning and numeracy; KUW - Knowledge and Understanding of the World; PD - Physical Development; CD - Creative Development; PSED- Personal Social Emotional Development).
Year 5 Autumn Long Term PlanQuick View

Year 5 Autumn Long Term Plan

Autumn Overview for Year 5 Oliver Twist Literacy unit covered in this term Keeping Healthy - Science, indlued as the links between modern day health and the issues and developments in medicine and hospitals during Victorian period.
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Sky Atlantic's The British: Great Fire of London

Sky Atlantic’s compelling resource brings to life defining moments from 2000 years of British history. This fascinating video and detailed lesson plan provide students with amazing insight into the ways in which the Great Fire of London contributed to shaping the nation’s history. See more about The British and National Schools Partnership resources on our TES profile. http://www.tes.co.uk/mypublicprofile.aspx?uc=568667