LANDMARK SPOTTING CHALLENGE!
Designed to support a school trip to Red Funnel Ferries
P.S.H.E. Upper Key Stage 2
Other Key Stage Variants: Key Stage 1 | Lower Key Stage 2 | Key Stage 3
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Students spot landmarks on their journey between Southampton and East Cowes. As these are human features, there is a geography crossover aspect here. They will also be keeping a tally of types of sea-faring vessel they see on their journey.
This is an on-site PSHE resource that encourages students to interact with the landmarks and vessels they see from on a Red Funnel Ferry. Students work in teams to ‘spot’ landmarks.
In upper key stage 2 and key stage 3, they also have to keep a tally of sea-faring vessels, and key stage 3 students are asked questions about some of the locations and vessels featured.
Students work in teams on board the ship to find as many landmarks and/or vessels as they can during their time on deck.
All students will be encouraged to use their skills of observation and to think about why these landmarks are there.
Upper key stages are challenged to respond to key questions about the many landmarks and sea vessels they see, considering aspects that crossover with human geography.
Teachers could give out prizes for the fastest teams, or those with the highest tally or those with the most comprehensive answers.
Key Skills Practised
Team working skills
All students will work together to find landmarks along the journey. Some will demonstrate an understanding of why these landmarks are located here. Some students will consider types of vessel and their uses.
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