An excellent 5 to 6 week cross curricular project made up of two parts. This is part 1 of 3: Students will explore renewable energy and do focus practicals made from recycled material, to gain a wider understanding of how Renewable energy works. Students will use a focused task of selecting the correct type of renewable energy for an Island which can be adjusted and edited to make your own school into an Island. Part 2: takes this knowledge and allows students the opportunity to design and create their very own sustainable city, making use of different drawing techniques, and bringing the work together on a google site that pesents their work to WWF.
key stage three blank assessment grid. used to share student friendly assessment objectives or i cam statements or statements of readiness. APPS design to be used in conjunction with other Assessment material. Available upon request.
Learn the basics of Engineering drawing with this PowerPoint workbook that students can work straight onto and add pictures to. Design a building for the future that helps during a pandemic, apply the skills of 1 point perspective, 2 point perspective and Isometric drawing. A very clear and easy to follow home learning tool.
A PDF of a suggested PSHCE plan for an academic year, for year 12 students. 2020. linked to Pixl resources to aid with topics covered. this is an overview, could also be used to make your own version.
project 3 of 3, year 8 lockdown sustainablecities project working fir the WWF
A year 8 project that explores a UCL grand challenge, sustainable cities. The three projects cover, different types of sustainable energy, modern technologies and designing your very own sustainable
An excellent 3-4 week cross curricular project made up of two parts. This is part 2 of 3: this prohect takes the knowledge learnt in part 1 and allows students the opportunity to design and create their very own futuristic sustainable city for the WWF, making use of different drawing techniques, and bringing the work together on a google site that presents their work and showcases the concepts