A first-person narration of the voyage of Endurance
This first-person narration of the voyage of Endurance has been provided to allow primary pupils to more easily access the expedition’s events.
Find out more about the Endurance22 expedition which located the wreck of Endurance, the lost ship of polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, in March 2022.
We have created a suite of resources to accompany each section of this online book. Each section will have an assembly idea and several activities for geography and history and will add further detail as we progress through the story of Shackleton and his men.
Part 1: The Expedition
Part 2: The crew and boats
Part 3: Setting out from South Georgia
Part 4: Abandon Ship!
Part 5: Staying alive
Part 6: Uncharted
Dr Paula Owens is a former deputy head with many years' experience teaching children from the Foundation to Key Stage 2 age range. She completed a PhD that focused on how children develop environmental values in the early school years (ages 4– 7) and lectured part time on primary geography courses for students completing QTS and PGCE. She previously worked for the Geographical Association and now works as an independent education consultant specialising in primary geography and curriculum development.
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