This week, we thought we'd give you something different to try.
Attempt some of the Science activities and take photos or upload your results and email them to us.
If you make the fossil, we would love to see it when we get back to school as we will be learning about these during our Darwin topic.
You don't have to do them all - just see which you fancy having a go at.
World War 2
You have all been doing some brilliant work based around WW2, it hasn't quite been the way we expected our topic to go but you've still done some fantastic work.
This week, we would like you to research gas masks, we learnt a little bit about these during our WW2 launch day.
I'd like you to do further research on gas masks & create a poster/leaflet on when were they used? Why were they were used? What were they made from? And any other interesting information you can find out about them.
Following on from this, we'd like you to make a gas mask, below are some instructions on how you could make this gas mask as well as a template for one and a template for a gas mask box, use these if you would like or you can go freehand and get a little bit creative! Please send in pictures of your complete posters/leaflets & gas masks to email@example.com
Can't wait to see how you get on!
Christian Aid Week 2020
This week is Christian Aid Week. As you know, we are a Take Care School and encourage everybody to take care of others and their world. Below are a few questions for you to explore what Christian Aid is all about.
Activity 1 - What is a charity?
What do you think of when you hear the word charity? Talk to the people in your house and try to think of a definition.
A charity is an organisation that aims to help someone or something.
What do charities do?
Why do people need charities?
Do you think they are important?
Have a look at some different charities that work in Britain and think about who might need their help and why.
Activity 2 - Who are Christian Aid?
-What do you know about Christian Aid?
-Christian Aid started after the Second World War, in 1945.
-Christian Aid works in around 50 of the poorest countries all over the world.
-Christian Aid helps in emergencies around the world like earthquakes and floods, but also works all year round to fight poverty.
-Christian Aid’s aim is to end poverty altogether.
-Christian Aid works with people of all religious backgrounds and none.
Click on the link below to have a look at the global explorer page to find out where Christian Aid work and how they help! If you click on the tab at the bottom, there are some quizzes you can take too!
We've also attached an activity sheet for you to have a look at as well.