Pupils make deductions from a range of visual clues to see if they can work out what job Florence Nightingale…Read More
Who influenced her decision to go? Already introduced to the major events in Florence’s life, children now speculate on why…Read More
Florence Nightingale – KQ3a – Fighting Fit. What did Florence do to improve the lives of the soldiers when she arrived in the Crimea?
In this lesson children compare the appalling conditions in the hospitals on Florence’s arrival at Scutari. With the help of…Read More
Learning objectives children can respond in role showing awareness of differing attitudes to Florence they can judge whether each group…Read More
Pupils have been drafted in to help with the wording on a statue to Florence Nightingale which had badly worn…Read More
Florence Nightingale – KQ4b – Florence Nightingale’s days are numbered. Brilliant cross-curricular History and Mathematics
Every so often you see an inspiring example of history and numeracy working together seamlessly. Such a lesson was taught…Read More
Florence Nightingale – KQ5 – How do we know so much about Florence Nightingale when she lived so long ago?
This differentiated core activity is Prove it! Working in pairs as detectives with their own find the clue sheets and…Read More
Florence Nightingale – KQ6 – Should Florence Nightingale rather than Mary Seacole have her statue at St.Thomas’ hospital?
NB This lesson overlaps, as you would expect, with a similar lesson on Mary Seacole. It is slightly different in…Read More
This simple task encourages children to spot the differences between Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole. With a large A4 image…Read More
Just thought these two fun facts might interest your pupils, building on infants’ interest in animals rather than death rates…Read More