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60 Great Things to Do for the Diamond Jubilee

60 Great Things to Do for the Diamond Jubilee

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In 60 seconds how many words can you make from the words ‘Diamond Jubilee’?

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Make your own Diamond Jubilee banners and posters put them up in your classroom and in the school entrance. Click to edit Master subtitle style

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From recycled materials make some beautiful colourful Diamond Jubilee Bunting and drape it around your classroom.

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Find out what’s going on in your community for the Diamond Jubilee, join in and make a video diary of your day.

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Make some delicious Diamond Jubilee Cup Cakes and sell them at school for a local charity.

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Make your own Diamond Jubilee Juice and see what your friends think of it.

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Get your school canteen to help make and sell your school’s favourite Diamond Jubilee Juice.

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Get your school canteen to make and sell Diamond Jubilee Smoothies.

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Have a class Tea Party at your school with 60 sausage rolls, 60 sandwiches, 60 pieces of fruit, 60 Cup Cakes, 60 ice-creams ....etc.

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If all the food and drink at your Tea Party could come from local sources, find out who could, would or did provide it. Click to edit Master subtitle style

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Make up and perform a 60 second Diamond Jubilee Song put the best ones on your school website.

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Make and perform a 60 second Diamond Jubilee Dance put the best ones on your school website.

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Invite 60 people you know from your family and community to a Diamond Jubilee House Party (get permission 1st !).

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Plot a time-line of your community over the last 60 years using photos, maps, newspaper cuttings, other memorabilia and people’s real life stories.

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Get a nurse and a doctor to tell your school community what the NHS was like 60 years ago.

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Get 60 pictures of your school use them in a collage to represent the number 60.

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Design a carriage for The Queen and Prince Philip to ride around on in your school.

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Make a model of Palace fit for the Queen” in your school using only recycled materials.

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Design and make a model of A Theme Park for the Royal Family.

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Plot on a map all the countries where members of the Royal Family are going to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee.

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Find out what other individuals, families, organisations are ‘Celebrating 60 years’ this year.

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Estimate how many people in the world are celebrating the Diamond Jubilee.

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Estimate how many cups of Tea will be drunk by yourself, your friends, your family, the world, during the Diamond Jubilee central weekend.

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In 60 minutes using the internet, your teacher and your classmates find out one interesting thing about each country in the Commonwealth.

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Get your class to make a collection of 60 different things people are doing around the world to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee.

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Find up to 60 words that were used 60 years ago but are not often used know.

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Write down 60 things we have today that we would not have had ago.

60 years

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Draw, write or paint a picture of what your life might be like in 60 years time.

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Find out the history of Coronation Ceremonies and perform a short play about them.

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Rearrange your classroom for the day so it looks like a Coronation Ceremony is going to take place.

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The Queen enjoys horses find out how many people in your school own a horse or enjoy horse riding.

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If a horse can gallop a distance say ten times further than you can walk, how far would the horse gallop in a minute?

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Estimate how long it would take you to shake everyone’s hand in school today if the average handshake lasts six seconds.

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Get as many classmates as you can to AIR-SKIP (no ropes.. just imagine it!) for 60 seconds raise money for charity.

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Raise even more money by getting staff and parents to hop, skip and jump for 60 seconds under your command!

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Have a Hula-Hoop competition with everybody at your school involved, only 60p to enter.

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Offer to help someone in your school or family for 60 minutes today.

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Find out how to say ‘Happy Diamond Jubilee Everybody’ in all the languages spoken at your school.

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Find out what language, apart from English, the Queen can speak, learn to speak at least 60 words in that language this month.

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Plant 60 flowers, vegetables, herbs, bushes, fruit trees in a Diamond Jubilee Garden in your school.

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Now Have a Seat Put some seats for staff and students to sit on and enjoy the Diamond Jubilee Garden.

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Estimate the area and perimeter of your Diamond Jubilee Garden.

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Practice your hand writing for 60 seconds for each of the next 60 days, keeping a record of your good progress.

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Do 6 extra mental maths questions each day, for 60 days, checking your progress.

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If 60 Diamond Jubilee medals were stacked on top of each other how tall would the stack be?

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How many Diamond Jubilee medals would you need for a stack the same height as you?

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If 60 Diamond Jubilee coins were laid side to side, how long would the line be?

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Speak to your family about the Diamond Jubilee for 60 seconds without repetition or hesitation.

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Hold a Diamond Jubilee Awards Ceremony at your school inviting 60 past students and local companies to it. Click to edit Master subtitle style

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Ask everyone who visits your school to make a donation of just 60 minutes of their wages to a local charity of their choice this year. Click to edit Master subtitle style

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Organise a sponsored 60 minute silence in your school, raising money for charity.

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Draw, make and display as many flags of Commonwealth countries as your class can find.

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Organise a sponsored ‘flag waving’ exercise at your school assembly using flags from around the Commonwealth and the rest of the world.

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Make a 60 second ‘News Flash’ about the Diamond Jubilee and put the best ones on your school website.

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Make up a set of 60 Diamond Jubilee snap cards and play them in your school.

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Make up and play a nice set of ‘Yes, No, Maybe’ Question and Answer cards about the Diamond Jubilee.

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Design, make and play a Diamond Jubilee Bingo game (use IT if you want).

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Help to make a 60 second mini-film or computer animation of ‘A day in the life of the Queen’.

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In pairs make up a Tweet for the Queen put the best ones on your school website.

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Using only 60 words write a ‘Thank You’ letter to Her Majesty.

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