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After all your work on Dictionary Johnson try this cross quiz. Nine tricky questions to try.

Learn about the Father of Science, Sir Isaac Newton with this short biography.

Hear a slightly longer version of Captain Scott's wife being interviewed. This gives a taste of what it would have been like back in Great Britain while Captain Scott and his team were adventuring in the South Pole.

Our podcast for the Snow topic sees the wife of Captain Scott being interviewed and gives a taste of what it would have been like back in Great Britain while Captain Scott and his team were adventuring in the South Pole.

These edited extracts are a challenging read and make for pretty grim reading but they could be tackled by older children with adult support.

Use this game as a fun way to recall what children have learned about Captain Scott.

This issue’s radio play All hands on deck, finds time traveller Amadeus Jones taking a trip to the 16th century where he meets Sir Walter Raleigh. 

Use the photos of Lord Thomas Thornycroft’s Boudicca statue as part of an historical investigation.

Boudicca is often thought to be as much myth as she is historical figure. This resource has valuable background information for children about the Celtic queen.

Develop speaking skills and learn about the characters from Sherwood Forest with this Outlaw game.

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