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Geography Plan: All about Hungary (3rd-6th Class)

The Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent Procedure entered into force on July 25, 1980.

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Week Starting 29th July

Monday
Unit of Work (3rd / 4th Class): Exploring the Moon: Astrobotic’s Mission and NASA’s Lunar Program
On this date in 1958, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was established by the United States government.
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Tuesday
Visual Arts Plan: All About Henry Moore (3rd-6th Class)
On July 30, 1898, Henry Moore, the renowned English sculptor known for his semi-abstract bronze sculptures, was born.
See all posts for 30th July
Wednesday
Geography Plan: All about Marshall Islands (3rd-6th Class)
The Marshall Islands officially became a trustee territory of the United Nations, including Majuro, on July 31, 1947.
See all posts for 31st July
Thursday
Unit of Work (3rd / 4th Class): Improving Air Quality in Stockholm: Banning Petrol and Diesel Cars in the City Center
Ingmar Bergman, the iconic Swedish film director, was born on August 1st, 1918, in Stockholm.
See all posts for 1st August
Friday
Inspirational Women: Edith Cowan: Australian Trailblazer
Edith Cowan became the first woman elected to an Australian Parliament on 08-02-1921.
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