Today, Hindus around the world celebrate Diwali, a festival of light. Jains and Sikhs will also mark the day, with all three religions celebrating the common theme of the victory of light over darkness and good over evil.
Posted on:11 November 2015
Posted in: Religious Studies
The night of 9th-10th November 1938, known as Kristallnacht, is seen by many as the beginning of the Holocaust.
Posted on:09 November 2015
Tagged with: History
Posted in: WW2
Halsbury Travel has been named the UK's sixth fastest-growing tour operator and the fastest-growing educational tour operator.
Posted on:28 October 2015
Posted in: Business Studies
On the second Tuesday in October, the world remembers a female pioneer of computer programming, Ada Lovelace.
Posted on:13 October 2015
Posted in: Science
Earth Science Week is celebrated every October and this year's theme is 'Geological Time'.
Posted on:12 October 2015
Posted in: Geography
Today is World Teachers’ Day, where people around the world consider the vital role that teachers play in society and all of our futures.
Posted on:05 October 2015
On 3rd October, Germany will celebrate its national day (Nationalfeiertag), commemorating the reunification of Germany in 1990.
Posted on:02 October 2015
Posted in: Language
Sunday is World Tourism Day, when we are encouraged to reflect on the role of tourism in today's world.
Posted on:25 September 2015
Tomorrow is the European Day of Languages, when Europeans across the continent celebrate their linguistic diversity and promote language learning.
In July, a group from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School took a school history trip to Normandy, to learn about D-Day. Find out how they got on in this, their school trip diary!
Posted on:18 September 2015
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