This is just the sort of history teaching in primary schools that Howard would like to see... the facts, presented with a jolly slant.
In case you can't read the caption, it says Captain Cook having the time of his life getting speared to death in Hawaii.
Here's a detail of the grisly deed:
[note the metaphorical redness of the trunk and leaves of the tree in lieu of blood.]
This was done by one of Bumblebee's peers (year 3), and it is, of course, hung proudly in the school corridor.
Another caption is funny, too, but the picture is the same photocopied ship as above, on a blue painted background, so I'll cut to the chase:
I don't think that particular fact has been taken on board over the last 100 years, but it helps that we're trying to teach this to the kids at this early, vital stage of their education.