Tuesday’s Newsround

14th July

Medieval Professions Quiz

Name for an arrow-maker

Cheeses of the World

What is it and from what country does it originate?

On this day in history

14th July 1939 – The UK government announces that fresh milk will be free for all infants and nursing mothers

14th July 1960 – Jane Goodall arrives in Tanzania to begin her famous study of wild chimpanzees

Yesterday’s answers:

Profession – Blacksmith (derives from iron, formerly called “black metal”)

Cheese – Camembert, France

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Valerie Manor Newsround 140720

My family and I felt it was important that we did something that would support the community during these trying times. Our thoughts turned to Valerie Manor, where my grandma Muriel resided for 5 years. We have always had utmost respect for Zoe and Alan, the staff and the amazing work they do, and so wanted to find a way that we could help without compromising the safety of residents or staff.

We are all aware of the difficulties of occupying one’s mind and finding a distraction from the current situation, and these are only exacerbated by isolation from family and friends. Given that residents are unable to see their relatives or participate in the usual community activities at this time, we came up with the idea of producing a daily ‘news round’ that would include some interesting information and puzzles as an alternative to the more distressing headlines that bombard us on a daily basis.

It is our hope that we can provide a little light relief during these dark times and hopefully provide something to look forward to, as well as fostering a sense of community despite the confines of physical separation.