Uks2 Topic: Stone Age to Iron Age Block H: Iron Age Art & Culture



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UKS2 Topic: Stone Age to Iron Age Block H: Iron Age Art & Culture


Prepare for an Iron Age Tribal meeting to discuss the impending invasion of the Roman Army. Research the resources, designs, beliefs, totems, clothing and jewellery of the Iron Age people and make tunics, belts, animal totem designs and jewellery to wear.


Block H: Iron Age Art and Culture
[5 sessions]


Main outcome: History
Other outcomes: Art, D&T and English

By the end of this block you will have achieved the following outcomes:

  • Continue to develop a chronologically secure knowledge and understanding of Britain, local and world history, establishing clear narratives within and across the periods they study

  • Know about changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age, including Iron Age Art and Culture

  • Improve mastery of art and design techniques

  • Produce creative work, exploring their ideas and recording their experiences

  • Use research and develop design criteria to inform the design of innovative, functional, appealing products that are fit for purpose

  • Understand the value of speaking and listening in turn and the skills of debate

Session 1: History and D&T

Iron Age Shoes

The children research the resources of Iron Age people and create Iron Age shoes from leather and thread.

Children will

  • Understand that, in the Iron Age, people had to use simple resources available to them (leather)

  • Discuss the suitability of the Iron Age shoe design

  • Create Iron Age shoes from leather and thread. Consider the question How are these shoes fit for purpose?




Session 2: History, Art and D&T

Iron Age Jewellery

A session researching and then making Iron Age Torcs and jewellery.

Children will

  • Study Iron Age designs and the significance of the twisted strands of the Iron Age torc

  • Research and discuss the significance and style of bangles and other jewellery.

  • Recreate Iron Age torc out of craft wire

Session 3: History and D&T

Iron Age Tunics and Belts

The children study the clothing of the Iron Age and then make their own Iron Age tunics and belts.

Children will

  • Study the clothing of the Iron Age and discuss its suitability for the tasks of daily life

  • Understand about Iron Age clothing by making tunics in the style of Iron Age peasants, with woven belt

Session 4: History and Art

Tribal names and totem animals

In this session the children explore the Iron Age tribal names and totem animals and design an authentic totem animal ready for the Tribal meeting.

Children will

  • Explore the beliefs and significance behind tribal names and totem animals for the Iron Age people.

  • Design own totem animal in authentic Iron Age style







Session 5: History and English

The Romans are coming! - Iron Age Tribal Meeting

The children gain an insight into Iron Age life through recreating a tribal meeting, dressed in authentic clothing and jewellery, to discuss the impending Roman Army invasion.

Children will

  • Understand the impact of the Roman invasion on Iron Age culture and civilisation

  • Gain an insight into Iron Age life through recreating a tribal meeting to discuss the impending invasion of the Roman army

  • Understand the value of speaking and listening in turn and the skills of debate through tribal discussion about Roman invasion






Resources
Session 1

Provided: How to make an Iron Age shoe guide.

You will need: Leather squares (two per child) or thick material; Strong thread; Hole punch (for leather); Rough cloth and strips of material or leather.
Session 2

Provided: Iron Age artefacts resource; How to make an Iron Age bracelet guide.

You will need: Craft wire, Craft scissors for wire cutting; Various beads; A camera.
Session 3

Provided: How to make an Iron Age tunic guide; How to make an Iron Age belt guide.

You will need: Hessian sacks or two large sheets of rough, loosely woven material per child; String or twine; Yarn or thick wool.
Session 4

Provided: Iron Age totem animals sheet.

You will need: Paper; Pencils; Black pen; String.
Session 5

Provided: Roman invasion class mime; Letter warning about the Romans.



You will need: Logs; Yellow, red and orange tissue paper; Tin cups and plates if possible; Sticky labels.



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