We know that Robert Falcon Scott was born 6th June 1868 and died on 29th March 1912.
In November 1912, Charles Wright, the person who found Scott and his remaining team in his tent, made a memorial on the ice covering their bodies.
To this day Robert Falcon Scott's body is buried under the ice in the Antarctic.
A more permanent memorial was built in Davenport England, where Scott was born, and was unveiled (uncovered) in 1925.
The top of the statue represents courage. The ideas of fear, death and despair are being trampled on at the bottom, Scott and his team are represented in bronze and words from his diary are written on the ground.
MRS DAVISON HAS A CHALLENGE FOR YEAR 2!!!
Mrs Davison has received this letter from Plymouth Council.
Your challenge is to design a new statue for Robert Falcon Scott. At the bottom, write the dates of his birth and death and a comment about what people think of him.
Complete the 2Do: