Language Literacy and


  • Research a hero. It could be someone

who has tried to make a difference or

help people . It could be a sports person

or someone in your family. Prepare a

presentation and record it.

  • Write a fact file on a hero.

Maths and Numeracy

  • Find out the capacity of some stadiums across the World.

Science and Technology

  • Design a Scratch game based on a superhero
  • Research how your heart works. Find out how different types of exercise can affect your heart rate. Draw a graph to show your heart rate after different types of exercise.


  • Research Rosa Parks. Write a news paper

article about her refusal to give up her seat

on the bus.

Despite being an incredibly brave, strong, life–saving phenomenon, even Superman had problems. He still loved his job; he still loved saving lives. Today he had already prevented many catastrophes, flying after a jumbo jet full of passengers that had been plummeting towards the earth at tremendous speed. Just before lunch, Superman had swooped in front of a moving truck to save a lost kitten. However, now…Superman needed help. He picked up his phone and began to dial…

Can you continue the story about Superman’s dilemma? What could his problem be? Who might he be calling for help?

Health and Well-Being

  • Design a card for a person

living by you. Maybe someone

elderly or living on their own. Post

it through their letterbox.

Expressive Arts

Research Artist Roy

Lichtenstein. Design a

superhero in the style

he used.