In the run up to September, we will be sharing lots of activities for you to get involved with! We’ll start by introducing ourselves on our ‘All About Me!’ flags and we would be delighted if you fill in and decorate a bunting flag so we can get to know you too!
Please return your completed flags to email@example.com.
Click on our flags to enlarge. Blank flags can be found here.
Pupil Passport Primary Transition Activity – Tell us more about you! Open the link, print it out and complete your Pupil Passport! There is also a section at the top for our EAL (English as Additional Language) students to complete!
Summer Reading Bingo!
How many can you complete? If you can, print this sheet to complete or just keep a note! There will be certificates in September!
Highways England want to see your art work of your treasured possesions! See their challenge for you below and click the link for more information!
If you’ve been down Castle Street this year, you might have spotted a big white tent opposite the Princes Quay shopping centre. This has been home to a team of archaeologists, digging in the ground to find objects, or artefacts, which provide clues about what people did in the past.
The archaeologists have been excavating Trinity Burial Ground, where thousands of people were buried during the Georgian and Victorian eras. Lots of different objects have been found with the burials which tell us about the people who lived in Hull nearly 200 years ago.
By finding out how these objects were made, used, and cared for, we can rediscover the stories and voices of people from the past – where they came from, what they did, what they looked like, what was important to them. We too have lots of treasured objects in our homes which might tell archaeologists of the future about our lives today.
We want to get a snapshot of the personal treasures of Hullensians today and showcase them on a display by the A63 while the new road is built.
We’re inviting children of all ages across Hull to share a picture and a story about their personal treasures. The pictures could be drawn, painted, photographed or collaged – get creative! We’d like to hear about why you’ve selected this object and what makes it special. It might be unusual, or given to you by someone, or you might have a particular memory attached to it.
Send us your picture as a .jpg file and submit your answer to these questions:
- What is your object?
- How did you get it?
- Why is it your personal treasure?
- What could archaeologists in the future learn from this object?
Send in your submissions to A63CastleStreet.Hull@highwaysengland.co.uk by Friday 23 September.
Take a look at the Healthy Holidays Summer Booklet for free summer activities, healthy recipes, food tips, sun safety and more! Feel free to send us any photos of you completing these activities to the email address at the bottom of the page or by Tweeting us @tbaTransition!
Get involved and send your photos and videos to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can see how you’re getting on! Have fun and we’ll see you soon. Welcome to Team Boulevard!