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Battle of Gettysburg
Often described as the Civil War’s turning point, the Battle of Gettysburg took place on July 1-3, 1863, in the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It was an extremely bloody battle, in the midst of an extremely bloody war. But in […]
A glass of water may not seem very complicated. Yet water can be a fascinating topic, full of opportunities for hands-on learning. Today’s sites include dozens of activities and experiments for the young and curious ready to learn about the […]
Juneteenth (a blend of the words “June” and “nineteenth”) is an annual celebration of June 19, 1865 when Union general Gordon Granger read that all previously enslaved black Texans were free. Although the Civil War had ended two months earlier, […]
Changing Faces calls for the way villains look in movies to change
Charity Changing Faces calls for the way villains look in films to change.
World Cup: Which Belgium player should England be worried about?
England play their final group match against Belgium, but which star player should England be worried about?
Smoking: Should it be banned at the school gates?
A group of school children have had enough of adults smoking near school gates, so they decided to do something about it.
Trace EffectsA great game from the US government that will help you learn English while having some fun
Coronavirus: Arts venues welcome £1.57bn government support
The money will help protect the UK's theatres, music venues, independent cinemas and heritage sites.
Traineeships to triple as unemployment fears mount
The government pledges £111m for schemes in England to get young people into work.
Scottish beer gardens reopen after 15 weeks in lockdown
Business owners have warned their biggest hurdle could be persuading customers that it is safe to go out.