Sarah Forbes Bonetta: Scheme of Work

Primary Scheme of Work

By Alf Wilkinson, published 4th November 2015

Significant Individuals: Sarah Forbes Bonetta

Children are introduced to the idea of significance, and how this might change over time. Sarah Forbes Bonetta  we don't even know her real name – was an African princess, a slave in West Africa, a god-daughter of Queen Victoria, a wife, mother and missionary teacher.

Does that make her a Significant Individual in Victorian times? And today? This unit explores her life and times to try to answer some of these questions.

Please note that this scheme of work contains resource suggestions, however it is not a fully-resourced scheme of work. To view a sample scheme of work, please refer to our Anglo-Saxons unit

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