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Science, Art and D & T

Teachers' guide and student worksheets for Science, Art and D & T


Science, Art and D & T

The Penny Black and Machin Stamp

The Penny Black and Machin Stamp

Have your pupils investigate different printing techniques and design their own stamp while learning
about the similarities between the Penny Black and the Machin stamp. This activity has been created by the British Postal Museum & Archive.


 
HMS Victory / Maths D&T / SHIPS TIME

HMS Victory / Maths D&T / SHIPS TIME

HMS may fairly claim to be the most famous ship in England, and now occupies pride of place among the visitor attractions of Portsmouth.

This lesson plan is designed for pupils to explore how keeping time onboard ship was once essential for navigation. Explore various online resources like the royal naval museum website, or Flagship, the website of the historic dockyard that is home of the HMS Victory.  


 
Alice in Wonderland/ Design and Technology / KS1:  WHERE'S THE CHESHIRE CAT?

Alice in Wonderland/ Design and Technology / KS1: WHERE'S THE CHESHIRE CAT?

Here's an activity that will encourage pupils to explore the encounter between Alice and the Cheshire Cat. Make the Cheshire Cat appear magically!


 
A Cup of Tea / Science / KS3: TEABAG EXPERIMENTS

A Cup of Tea / Science / KS3: TEABAG EXPERIMENTS

Use a tea bag to illustrate the process of diffusion and to test and measure varying absorbency.


 
A Cup of Tea / Design and Technology / KS3 / MAKING A TEAPOT

A Cup of Tea / Design and Technology / KS3 / MAKING A TEAPOT

What are the issues you have to consider when producing a teapot? This worksheet considers questions like design, dimensions and suitable materials.


 
Alice in Wonderland / Art and Design / KS3: ALICE IN PICTURES

Alice in Wonderland / Art and Design / KS3: ALICE IN PICTURES

Read a short piece of Alice in Wonderland and replace Tenniel’s illustration with one of your own!