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Summer Term
Spring 2

As part of our learning about evolution, the children will be learning about fossils this half term. The homework project is:

What do you know about fossils?

Here are some ideas:

  • Find out how fossils are formed and excavated. Create a poster, comic strip, Power Point or written project.
  • Create a clay fossil and write a set of instructions.
  • Research the work of Mary Anning and write a diary.
  • Create a piece of fossil art.
  • Visit the Potteries Museum in Stoke/Lapworth Museum of Geology in Birmingham. Create a photo montage of your visit.
  • Any ideas of your own.

 

Spring Term 1

This term we are finding out about Earth and Space. Your homework for this half term is to create a project or a model related to the Earth and/or Space.

Think about the shape of the planets in our solar system, how do they move around the sun? What shape  is their orbit? Or maybe you would like to focus on one planet, how big is it? What colour is its surface? What is it made up of? What does its surface look like?

Or maybe you are interested by man's activities in space? You could build and label a model of a satellite. What about NASA's planned trip to Mars? Would you like to go? How will astronauts survive on Mars?

Look at this link to NASA's web page and find about their current missions.

Autumn Two 2016

 

Our Science topic this term is Animals, including humans. Your homework project for this half term is:

 

What do you know about the 6 stages of human development - Infancy, Childhood, Adolescence, Early Adulthood, Middle Adulthood and Old Age?

 

You can create a written project, a PowerPoint, a model, a poster or whatever you choose!   

 

Your projects need to be handed in on Monday 5th December 2016.

 

We will hold an open session when parents will be able to view all the completed projects on Thursday 8th December.

 

Thank you, and have fun!

Have a look at some of our amazing projects from Autumn 1 about Ancient Greece.
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