This box is designed to spark your Year 5 and 6 pupils' interests for STEM subjects in a fun and challenging way. Over an hour long session, they will try to solve puzzles in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths including topics such as electricity, space whilst discovering more about famous women scientists. Your pupils will also stretch key skills such as problem solving and understanding and analysing data to support their transition to secondary school.
BASTILLE ESCAPE BOX - French Studies
THIS BOX WILL BE LAUNCHED SOON
The Bastille escape box is s a set of activities designed for Year 5 or Year 6 children about the French Revolution period in History. This box can be done at home or in school with the help of a supporting adult. Your child/student will learn some French vocabulary (although no French is required to be able to do the activities), learn about how and why the people stormed the Bastille and will get to know more about the characters involved in these events.
The Film in a Box resource is a set of sessions ready for teachers to use to introduce the idea of Higher Education and work on key literacy skills such as inference and critical thinking as well as metacognitive skills such as resilience and independence.
Our academics and students have compiled a set of short films with lesson plans ready to explore themes around transition and the importance of education. The sessions have been created to support your English curriculum and your pupils transition to secondary school.
THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM BOX - Life Sciences
This box has everything to teach your class about the digestive system. Your pupils will be able to look inside the body and learn how each part plays its role. The box comes with a set of activities and all the resources you need to carry out the related experiments with your class alongside comprehensive teachers' notes.