Topic Calendar

Find out about the latest topic events happening each month and loads of ideas for using them in the classroom as part of your teaching.

Shrove Tuesday

February 10th 2021 |

Shrove Tuesday Shrove Tuesday is the Christian celebration which precedes Ash Wednesday; which in turn marks the beginning of Lent. Traditionally Lent was a six-week-long fasting event, where people would abstain from eating certain foods. This period of fasting would…    read more 

Valentines Day

February 7th 2021 |

Valentines Day Everyone knows Valentines Day! February 14th, the day where couples buy each other chocolates, flowers and all manner of gifts. It’s a day for people to show love and affection to those around them. Saint Valentine There are…    read more 

Lewis Carroll’s Birthday

January 20th 2021 |

Lewis Carroll’s Birthday Lewis Carroll; English logician, mathematician, photographer and writer. Remembered fondly for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel, Through the Looking-Glass. Alice in Wonderland Reading Area & Display If you’re looking for some inspiration to help make…    read more 

World Braille Day

December 18th 2020 |

World Braille Day How did it start? World Braille Day has been celebrated since 2019, and is an opportunity to raise awareness of the issues impacting those who are blind or visually impaired within our society. Its celebration on the 4th…    read more 


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