FINDING FEATURES CHALLENGE!
Designed to support a school trip to Blackgang Chine
P.S.H.E. Key Stage 4
Working with others
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Students hunt for features and objects in the park using photographic clues.
This is a PSHE resource that engages students with their visit to Blackgang Chine. The resource task challenges them to practise their observation and collaborative skills by racing against other teams to identify and find key features within the park, using a set of photographic clues.
Students will need to work in teams (ideally 3-4 persons) so they can share the tasks of hunting for features and writing down the location description. (Alternatively students could take photographs as their evidence if they have the appropriate equipment.)
Students can be challenged against the clock, or each other, or they could complete the task as they enjoy their day in the park at leisure. There is maxmum flexibility here.
Key Skills Practised
Working together towards a common goal
Navigating the park
Maintaining focus and concentration, using precise observation skills
Using language to communicate (with each other and also in describing a location in their notes)
No pre-visit preparation is required.
During the Visit
Students complete the PSHE resource linked to this document
Why not complete this resource on a day trip?
The Isle of Wight can be reached in as little as 12 minutes! If you're located close to the south coast then a day trip is easily achievable...
This resource could be completed as part of the following day trip:
Land of Imagination! from £25pp
Let children's imaginations run wild as they enjoy the many themed areas around Blackgang Chine!
Students could write a reflective assessment of their team performance commenting on: How well they worked together as a team How successful they were in terms of the task How they could work more efficiently next time.
Students will demonstrate their collaborative team-working skills. Students will show that they can focus on their surroundings, using precise observation skills.
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