1858 - Florence Nightingale is one of nursing’s most important figures. She gained worldwide attention for her work as a nurse during the Crimean War. dubbed “The Lady with the Lamp” after her habit of making rounds at night to tend to injured soldiers
Mary Jane Seacole – 14 May sometimes known as Mother Seacole or Mary Grant, was a Jamaican nurse best known for her involvement in the Crimean War. She set up and operated boarding houses in Panama and the Crimea to assist in her desire to tre
Florence Nightingale, OM, RRC was a celebrated English social reformer and statistician, and the founder of modern nursing. She came to prominence while serving as a nurse during the Crimean War, where she tended to wounded soldiers.
Mary Seacole Jamaican Nurse who spurned by indignant Florence Nightingale, attended the wounded British army in the Crimean war. She was feted as a heroine and then her legacy expunged by the Legacy of Nightingale.
My own Florence Nightingale display. We drew around a child for Florence. Before starting the topic, the children asked questions which they wanted to find out about Florence. We tuck them around her and then put up the answers when we found them out. This History topic was mainly linked to English where the children wrote information booklets.
Merrilee Liddiard on Instagram: “Florence Nightingale was one of my childhood heroes - I used to love imaging what her life and work was like. It didn't take long to discover a career in medicine wasn't for me but that doesn't stop me and my kiddos from playing at it. (Like all the time) #wereactuallyobsessedrightnow #mermaghalloween #lakeshorelearning”
who knew that florence nightingale was a statistician?
Florence Nightingale's 'rubbish' amulets to go on display for first time
One of Nightingale’s amulets. A collection of ancient Egyptian amulets acquired by Florence Nightingale in the winter of 1849 when she went on an adventurous Egyptian holiday are going on display for the first time – and the curator at the World Museum in Liverpool is rather more impressed by them than the Lady of the Lamp herself was.