Look at the photographs. Is there one that stands out for you? Have a go at recreating the photo in any way you want. It could be with chalks, pencils, pens, recycled objects or you could even get your family involved and dress them up! Click on the images to enlarge…
Using another image create a story. This could be a written story or spoken word poem, a song, or even a play!
Jot down ideas for your story as you go but don’t be afraid to change things and be creative! If you want to tell the whole story in pictures or even a dance, go for it!
Download the Storytellers pdf here.
Sometimes we can live somewhere for a really long time and not know something really interesting about the place. For example, that a famous person came from the area. Why not use this time to find out about your local area or a person who has lived there?
If you’re researching an area, start with the street you live on, look on a map or search when the street was built. Was your house always on a road with other houses or was it actually a field until only recently? Are there any interesting facts about the area? Or perhaps find out about a person from your town. This could be someone famous or just someone whose life interests you!
You could put the information together as an information leaflet, PowerPoint or even a play or short film!
Things you might include could be;
Sometimes talking to a family member can reveal all sorts of interesting information. Why not interview a family member or family friend?
Create a list of questions before you start to help you. Here are some to inspire you!
Download the Junior Historians pdf here.
We’d love to see what you create – share them with us on social media #pcrpcreate or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Look out for more photographs to inspire you on our social media pages.
Ways to enjoy your walks, for the young and young at heart!
Download the Walks pdf here.
Before going on your walk, make a playlist – ask your family or friends for one happy song or their favourite song.
For two minutes stop somewhere safe and focus on your breathing.
Stop somewhere safe. Close your eyes. What can you hear?
Can you find a puddle to splash in?
As you walk what can you hear?
Stop somewhere safe. Close your eyes. What can you smell?
Can you hear any animals?
Run! When you stop, listen to your body.
As you walk what can you feel?
Stop somewhere safe. How many different colours can you count?
Currently held online.
Our free, one hour workshops are run by the Community Rail Officer and work with Year Six pupils to understand rail safety and how to plan a journey. Sessions cover:
Some resources will be provided and others will require the school to print or provide them.
Steven Booth, Community Rail Officer
The PCRP believe it is important that the railway is accessible. Try the Train trips are run by Ambassadors for South Western Rail and enable members of the community to learn about rail travel and gain confidence as rail users.
Try the Train is ideal for:
Try the Train is open to all who would like to develop their confidence with trains – whether that is buying a ticket, reading a timetable or getting on or off a train.
We welcome groups or individuals.