Barnaby Bear's trip to London

Barnaby Bear's trip to London

A PowerPoint presentation showing Barnaby Bear’s scrapbook from his visit to London.As well as fitting in with’Where in the world is Barnaby Bear’, I plan to use this to introduce my class to what London is like now prior to teaching about the Great Fire of London.
carrielou
Population Card Sort

Population Card Sort

Population Card Sort - pupils are to sort cards into two columns: reasons for population control, reasons against population control (with particular reference to the Chinese one child policy)
jenniferwatts84
The Seven Summits posters and booklet

The Seven Summits posters and booklet

Posters and booklet about the Seven Summits which could be used during 'The Mountain Environment' topic. Stick posters around the room and ask children to move around the room to read the posters and then complete the booklet. For differentiation, some pages/questions could be removed from the booklet or the teacher could accompany an individual/group.
gillimac
IT farm challenge

IT farm challenge

internet exercise for ks4 geography farming. organic farming and common agricultural policy quests
checi
E.ON Energy - Interactive Online Activity

E.ON Energy - Interactive Online Activity

Energy Nation allows 11-14 year olds to question whether the UK can go renewable. They explore the options and draw their own conclusions by stepping in the shoes of the key decision makers, including the energy company, the carbon tsar and the homeowner. The E.ON Energy Experience is an educational programme aimed at helping young people aged 5–16 learn about energy. The programme has the ambition of helping to create an energy literate generation, giving young people the information they need to make informed choices.
EON_EdComs
E.ON Energy - Interactive Online Activity

E.ON Energy - Interactive Online Activity

Energy World allows students to contemplate the fate of the planet by considering their personal actions and commitments through a range of challenges. It also gives students the chance to manage the world’s energy usage over a decade in the Global Energy Manager game. Students consider a wide range of energy sources and views of people from all walks of life. The E.ON Energy Experience is an educational programme aimed at helping young people aged 5–16 learn about energy.
EON_EdComs