To learn new vocabulary and understand the chronology of the period.
To understand the changes in the development of tools used by prehistoric people.
To explore prehistoric art and consider why it was made.
1. Learn and use new vocabulary to discuss the rock cycle.
2.Investigate the rock cycle through practical experiments.
3.Apply new knowlege to categorise types of rock.
1. To learn about changes over time through studying Victorian and modern objects.
2. To compare the life of Victorian children with modern children.
Tomb Raiders and Mummy makers!
1. Use teamwork to put different kinds of tomb in chronological order.
2. Study grave goods and discuss why Ancient Egyptians were buried with them.
3. Use drawing skills to illustrate what modrn poeple might choose as grave goods.
Romans going potty!
1. Study archaeological material left behind by the Romans in Britian.
2. Learn about how the Romans changed Britain.
1.To discuss how adaptations are brought about by natural selection.
2.Learn and use new vocabulary.
3.To investigate how the environment can influence adaptations.
WWII: The Home front
1. Learn new vocabulary associated with the home front
2. study objects and use them as evidence to answer questions about life on the home front
This session was designed in partnership with one of our work experience students
You may have seen some of our star objects on the bollard in Saffron Walden Market square.
On this page you can find out about those objects!
The Lost Language of Nature
Our new project, we would love you to join in!