Do you want to get your pupils interested in reuse and recycling? Then look no further than this fantastic lesson idea, in which children can create unique ‘junk sculptures’ according to a specific design brief!
Bring science and art together in this inspirational outdoor lesson! Using the incredible Andrew Goldsworthy as inspiration; this lesson encourages children to use natural materials for sculptural purposes. By bringing science and art together the children are encouraged to be creative and exploratory whilst seeing natural resources in a whole different 'light'. The lesson could also work for KS2.
There are more than one million insect species in the world – from fleas that can jump 200 times their body length to houseflies that taste with their feet – so it's no wonder they provide an infinite source of fascination for so many children.
With the Arctic as a hook, climate change is streamed throughout, with a significant focus on the future of the Arctic. This exciting, topical and contemporary resource enables teachers and pupils to explore the incredible Arctic region via an enquiry-based approach and from a cross-curricular perspective; Geography is the lead subject with links to other subjects (English/literacy; drama; art; music; science and computing).