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The schools total attendance is currently at:91.1% (Since September 2020)
World War One
Use the resources on this BBC page to create a page which talks about how WW1 began.
Why did the war start?
What was each side known as?
Who was on each side?
Where did the fighting take place?
Read about Walter Tull's football career
Summarise the extract below using a mind map or bullet points
1. Read about Walter Tull and his early life.
2. Summarise the key points from the extract.
3. Watch Mr Singh and see if you have the same notes or if you may have missed anything.
Tull was born in Folkestone, Kent, the son of Barbadian carpenter Daniel Tull and Kent-born Alice Elizabeth Palmer. His paternal grandfather was a slave in Barbados. His maternal English grandmother was from Kent. He began his education at North Board School, now Mundella Primary School, Folkestone.
In 1895, when Tull was seven, his mother died of cancer. A year later his father married Alice's cousin, Clara Palmer. In 1896 Daniel died from heart disease. The stepmother was unable to cope with five children so Walter and Edward, were sent to an orphanage. From the age of 9, Tull was brought up in the (Methodist) Children's Home and Orphanage (now known as Action for Children) in Bethnal Green, London. His brother was adopted by the Warnock family of Glasgow, becoming Edward Tull-Warnock; he qualified as a dentist, the first mixed-heritage person to practise this profession in the United Kingdom.