Project Based Learning is an exciting new venture for our Y8 HAPs. This preparatory year will equip them with the skills required for their Higher Project Qualification in Year 9.
My suggestion for a project is the history of the living room,
(like how the living room evolved over the centuries)
My other suggestion for project is how the human brain reacts to different situations.
Has anybody else have any other ideas?
Why the living room?
why not any other rooms a possibilty the history of how houses have been constucted over time.
why the living room?
I might like to research one of the following topics;
* The impact of the implementation of maths ambassadors club into FHS (soon to e up and running!)
* How does an automatic gearbox work?
i want to research the history of disney
My suggestion is that I study the history of dance and musical theatre .
I Would like to research;
- Global warming
- Natural disasters
Anyone got any ideas
Adding to your idea I also think that it should be about past naturalist disasters, natural disasters in the future and reoccurring natural disasters.
Politics in other countries
i would like to research black history.
I agree with your idea of researching black history because black history should not be forgotten but remembered and should always be remembered.
I thought that the history of womens rights and equality would be a fun thing to research.
I suggested this ,, i believe we could get a lot out of this topic x
I recommend we use the maths computer room and if some people are interested in computer science we could design our own games.
as a suggestion, i think we could research communism, russia, conspiracy theories or the pagan religion.
I have a suggestion for research on the effects that the current Government's (Conservative) policies is having on the country such as: School cuts, brexit, NHS funding and the increase on homelessness in the past few years. This suggestion is mainly focusing on how UK economy works and how politics effects our everyday lives and how we can help people in poverty around the country.
i think that reseach the good and bad things about brexit and peoples opinions on the subject
I would like to research about LGBT+ history and LGBT+ people in society today.
My suggestion is to look into Sophie Lancasters murder. I would also like to look into the foundation created in her name and how things have changed for people like Sophie in England today.
I believe we could do two historically dominated tasks :
*the history of discrimination
my thoughts and suggestions for this task creates an umbrella as we could branch lots of events off it such as slave trade, suffragettes, the holocaust etc. *
idea I would like to put forth is the history of art and certain styles of art there is a lot we could collect from this as there is various styles and artists.
I would like to research about LGBT+ History
yes this is the best idea ive seen x
I think we should learn about the poverty in 3rd world contries(Africa)
New suggestion: Research on The Paris Climate Agreement and how world leaders and each individual has a responsibility for looking after our planet, also global warming IS real.
I would like to do research on the history of art, how it evolved and the different types of art.
Also we could research how art shows our feelings subconsciously and mental state.
i would like to research why ex service men end up homeless when they have served this country and also risked there lives
I have another suggestion ,, how was sign language invented and why isn't it included in school curriculum from an early age. My other suggestion was about the ex service men .
I think that we should research something like global warming or something to do with politics
I would like to possibly research the Tasmanian wolf, which was extinct in the 1800s and other extinct creatures like the Dodo bird.
I also would like to research paranormal activities
The conjuring (sine it was based on a true story)
BREXIT how will it affect the united kingdom and education