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Improving an area of our school......in which we closely examine the school pond and how to improve it
Download of lesson plan for unit 1 (.pdf)
Environmental quality assessment form (.pdf)A place I would like to improve (.pdf)Our improved area (.pdf)Pond Area (.ppt)
The following websites contain some additional material to help you both with your planning and with your teaching.
ArtNational Portrait gallery site for ideas and imagesA montage of artists self portraits, showing a range of periods and stylesVan Gogh self portraitDurer self portraitVaried selection of portraitsEnglishSome traditional indoor games ideasSome traditional outdoor games activitiesGeographySimple Barnaby Bear game looking at change. (useful for history)Famous landmarks site, ideas for do you know where this place is?HistoryGives diagrams of brick patterns, and rough idea of dates relating to buildings using these bonds (also useful for maths)Simple Barnaby Bear game comparing past and present ( useful for geography change)Put a variety of transport into their correct decade interactive gameHouses from different periods.LanguagesA school created site about France with some adaptable materialIntroduction via games to learning starter words in a variety of contexts.MathsGame using shapes in a sports day settingGood pictures of brick bonds, this site links patterns to mathsDiagrams of brick patterns, and rough idea of dates relating to buildings using these bonds ( also useful for history)MusicMusic Rough Guides. Links to everywhere! Short (approx. 30 second) extracts of music from all parts of the world including the British Isles. Useful starting point to purchase CDs. Go to home page â€“ Click on â€˜Listenâ€™ â€“ then â€˜Mp3 Listening Pageâ€™ARC Music â€“ 10 CD set of extracts of music from around the world including the British Isles. (their listening catalogue). Excellent value at only Â£10.PESome traditional indoor games ideas (also see English)Some traditional outdoor games activities ( also see English)BBC science site looking at ourselvesScienceBBC science site looking at ourselves