Humphry Repton: Garden Designer

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Challenge at Home

Challenge at School

  • How could you improve a local site to you? Try Humphrey’s lift the flap approach
  • How has your local environment changed over the years?
  • If you were to design a new settlement, what would you include re leisure?
  • How can you ensure gardening is accessible to all?
  • Investigate having your own school garden
  • What does research tell you about the impact of gardening in schools?

Nature Photography with Shaun Whitmore

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Challenge at Home


Horsey Seals

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Challenge at Home

Challenge at School

  • Science: Look at adaptation across the animal kingdom.
  • Why do the seals have so much body fat? Try some experiments linked to insulation.
  • How long do other animals look after their young for?
  • Food chain – where would the seal be?
  • English: Create a warning poster to remind visitors to the beach of how to behave.
  • Explore collective nouns and names of other animals and their young
  • Art: Create your own beach scene with a seal and its pup. Think about how you can add texture. You could add sand to your paint to make it more realistic.

Wonderful Wildlife in Norfolk – The RSPB

Activities, resources and opportunities from the RSPB to support your teaching and help inspire pupils to experience and learn about nature at school.

www.rspb.org.uk/fun-and-learning/for-teachers/

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Challenge at Home

  • Make an origami paper bird.
  • Find an RSPB nature reserve near you.
  • If you have a garden think about how to make it wildlife friendly.
  • If you live in a town, find out where a local park is that you can visit and explore or get to know a local tree and see what insects and animals visit it.

Challenge at School

  • RSPB have produced lots of resources for in the classroom and outdoor learning. Download their curriculum-linked resources to use in your school grounds.
  • Think about how animals have adapted to their surroundings.
  • Compare and contrast these three environments. Think about the food chain in each setting, sustainability and the impact of humans.
  • How have these animals been used in Folklore?