Anniversary of the death of an Angel

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This is a vision of an angel:-

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and this is Florence Nightingale – a vision of ‘hope, love and care’

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Florence Nightingale died on August 13, 1910.

Share the story of Florence Nightingale with your class and let students meet this angel. Known as ‘The Lady with the Lamp’,  Florence Nightingale was not only a fascinating woman in history, she also had an outstanding career as a nurse and paved the way for women in medicine. We can be thankful as she contributed to vast improvements in healthcare.

Her story is inspirational. 

From a very young age, she was on a mission to care for others and there are many lessons to be learned from her perseverance and courage.  She laid the foundations for the first nursing school and demonstrated amazing courage during the Crimean War, taking care of countless injured soldiers. Be inspired by her great story reflected in her BioView®. She used her time well and we can learn how to do likewise.

Amazing People Education is brought to you by The Amazing People Club – an international education publisher that is bringing these sensational resources to students and teachers worldwide. To explore tips and tricks on classroom edu-tainment using BioViews®, please download our free Amazing Teacher Toolkit. To get involved in our direct-to-classroom resources, be sure to check out these Education Case Studies.

We would like you to try some of our amazing class starters and let us know how they were received by teachers and students. To take a peek at how some students reacted when they came face to face with Columbus and Michelangelo, please see our video from Castle Vale High School.

For further information, please contact marion@amazingpeopleclub.com, or visit www.amazingpeopleclub.com.

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