South Brent Primary School

South Brent Primary School

Wider Curriculum

Ongoing Activity:
Week beginning 20th April 2020



Click the 'Food Chains' document to find out what your tasks are. Don't feel that you must record your work in your home learning journal (as the documents says), you may want to present it in the form of a model or in another creative way.

The other two documents are to help you with your tasks.

If you are feeling crafty, take a look at the document below for an art project.  Don't worry if you don't have all of the materials listed, do the best you can with what you've got.  We look forward to seeing some of your creations next week when hopefully you will be able to upload them on the new Seesaw app.  Have fun!
Tuesday 14th April 2020
Research the difference between the types of teeth that humans have and the their shape/ function. You can present your findings in any way you want (a poster, flash cards of different animal teeth, a non-chronological report or even a Powerpoint). If you'd like to extend your research, compare the teeth of animals which are herbivores to those which are carnivores.
Thursday 26th March 2020

Create a poster explaining the importance of keeping your teeth clean and looking after your teeth.

Use the' Looking After Your Teeth' and 'Brushing Your Teeth' sections of the website link below to help you with this.

Monday 23rd to Wednesday 25th March 2020

Research an aspect of the Roman topic that we have not already covered in detail, for example, the Roman army. You can record your information in any way you like (booklet, poster etc.). Be sure to include written information, labelled diagrams, little flaps which have facts or drawings behind them- be as creative as you can! Use the link below to help you with the research. Other areas of the Roman topic appear along the bottom of the page, just click on the arrows to find more.

Once you have completed this, write a quiz related to it that your parent/ carer could take (after they have read your work of course).