Sarah Doberska, Author at Oxford Open Learning

Articles by Sarah Doberska

Thomas Barnardo

Thomas John Barnardo

At the time of Barnardo’s death in 1905, he had established 96 homes which were supporting more than 8,500 children.

May Day

May Day Celebrations In Oxford

Oxford’s unique May Morning celebrations date back more than 500 years, although the exact origins of the traditions are hazy…


Rainbows: Light, Refraction And A Little Bit Of Magic

Perhaps owing to their sporadic and unpredictable appearance, and to their ability to refresh the sky with dazzling colours during a fierce rainstorm, rainbows have long been the subject of reverence.


Where Would We Be Without Bees?

The value and the importance of bees to our lives is clear, but, worryingly, they are under threat.

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