Please encourage your child to complete at least one task from each section over the term. Feel free to help them out and get involved in their learning!! Design and Make – ART and DT Make a police helmet, maybe using papier-mache or mod-roc. Can you cook a meal fit for a criminal? Or for a police officer? Photograph and write about this activity. Design a new uniform for the police. It should be comfortable, functional and eye-catching. Imagine you were a Police artist-reporter. Draw/paint some of the scenes you witness! Research – History, Science and Literacy Research the kinds of jobs people have to do at a crime scene How are laws made? Research how new laws come into use in the UK. Can you think of a new law we should have? Make a poster or write a report to convince others it should be taken on. Research Victorian crime and punishment- who were the famous figures throughout this era? Research what were the first electrical items to be used in the UK. Who designed them? Can you present your findings using modern technology? Who was Nelson Mandela? Why was he an important figure in South African and World history? Creative – Art and Literacy Write a newspaper article about a crime that happens in a story that you have read. Make a gallery of family ‘mug shots’ or mix up features from different family members to make a gallery of crazy ‘photo-fits’. What might they be ‘wanted’ for…under-cooking the potatoes; leaving the toilet seat up….? Write a poem about a teacher who has committed a crime at school Make a wanted poster of a member of your family – what crime might they have committed? Can you create a witness description of a famous person’s face for a police profile sketch? Start with a photo of them and use your best descriptive skills to write about each facial feature, including hair, complexion, recognisable features etc.