Differentiated and SEN Activities

Activities

Be a Lighthouse Keeper for the Day

Be a Lighthouse Keeper for the Day

The English Channel is the world’s busiest seaway, with over 500 ships per day using it.Keeping so many vessels safe is a challenging task. Why not bring your pupils onto the famous White Cliffs so they can experience the amazing view of the Channel in all its glory?

This activity is available at the following locations:

Be a Soldier for the Day

Be a Soldier for the Day

This part of the Kent coast has always needed strong defences to keep out invading armies-get your ‘troops’together and plan a day defending ‘Hell Fire Corner’!

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Be a Time Detective for the Day

Be a Time Detective for the Day

On the beach at East Wear Bay you can find artefacts from Roman times to WW2. Be an archaeologist for the day in a treasure hunt to see what you can unearth. What do your finds tell you about the history of the area and its development?

For a guided beachcombing session, contact Canterbury Archaeological Trust
http://www.canterburytrust.co.uk
andrew.richardson@canterburytrust.co.uk
See also the Iron Age workshop at:
http://schoolhistoryworkshops.co.uk/workshops.html

This activity is available at the following locations:

Be a Wilderness Pioneer for the Day

Be a Wilderness Pioneer for the Day

We often take our familiar local area for granted and don’t always appreciate the beauty to be found there. Why not support your pupils to rediscover what it is on their doorstep by becoming explorers of the downs?

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Be an Explorer for the Day

Be an Explorer for the Day

Imagine you are one of the first settlers on the downs. What equipment do you need? What do you need to know about the area? Have a go at these activities and get your pupils inspired by what’s on their doorstep!

This activity is available at the following locations:

Crossing the Channel-Can you find another way?!

Crossing the Channel-Can you find another way?!

Imagine this scenario-its 2050 and the traffic using the channel tunnel has grown over the years to the point that the tunnel can no longer cope with the traffic-what do we do now?! Challenge your pupils to come up with innovative solutions to this problem!

This activity is available at the following locations: