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Why the Queen of England has a throne in Nigeria.
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A true story, this book tells the story of Benin Princess Iyomon displaced from the Benin Royal Palace by the British in 1897.
This book should be read by anyone engaging in the current debate on: To repatriate or not to repatriate the Benin Bronzes.
The story is light and entertaining. Included in the book are some current Benin artwork.
The book is available on Amazon on this Link ------->
You can also get Passage of An Edo Princess from Amazon Global, Waterstones, Folio Books, Google Books and other online bookstores.
I have only just seen this. See what you think.
Art, Loot and Empire: The Benin Bronzes ----->
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During this Coronavirus lockdown the BBC is putting primary and secondary school curriculums on television daily. This is in addition to the online provision it already makes. The move will help low income families who are currently struggling to pay home-schooling data fees to their internet providers.
Primary curriculum will be aired three hours daily on CBBC and at least two hours of secondary curriculum on BBC 2.
Aside from parents in the UK parents globally with television networks showing UK and USA children's programmes channels are set to benefit. In the past century the BBC has supported education delivery across the world through its Radio Service. This latest addition expands that role.
Well done The BBC.
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Find the tests dates for the Key Stage 1 and key Stage 2 2021 tests in England on the link below:
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The Olu of Warri has died of suspected COVID virus complications. His death comes a week after his celebration of five years on the throne. He was aged 65 years old.
Kingdom of Warri was founded by Prince Olu Ginuwa of The Kingdom of Benin around the year 1480.
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The Department for Education (DfE) in a press release has announced changes to the 2020/2021 test cycle. The decisions they took were to protect primary assessments that support accountability and also reduce some of the scope of testing. Additionally the decisions recognise the pressures that schools and teachers are facing.
The timetable variation (TTV) period was also extended.
Read the DFE full press release on this link ----->
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