Create an antenna hat. Walk towards things you are attracted to and away from those that repel you.
Create a superhero or supervillain with weather-related powers. Make a comic strip that shows how weather can be a power for ‘good’ or ‘evil’.Who or what is your nemesis?
Your local TV station needs someone to report the weather. Film an audition reel - they’ll be looking for both accuracy and style.
Simulate different types of weather. Can you fool other people or even some scientific equipment?
Climb to the top of the world's highest places without leaving home.
Design a (fanstastical or realistic) machine for changing the climate of the school.
Can you see, feel or smell any differences? Write a gallery guide. Include air from places that are:>> hot>> delightful>> mundane>> disgusting>> soggy>> frozen
Travel the length of an entire official route on the National Cycle Network.
... for a closed system school. A closed system means that nothing needs to come in and nothing needs to go out: all energy is generated on site and nothing is wasted (even poo).
Find your best local viewpoints, from the point of view of others.
... using your senses. Choose a small area to explore then examine it thoroughly. What does it smell, feel, look, taste and sound like? Is it hot/cold/wet/dry/windy? How far do you have to move for...
Take a picture of your home from as far away as possible.
Cut eyeholes in a newspaper and then secretly follow some friends.How long can you go without being seen?
Speak to five people in a public place. Who is furthest from you and who is closest to you in terms of: where they live, their age, their taste in music and their opinions on something that's...
Travel to school in five different ways this week. Try bicycle, train, bus, hopping, walking, being driven, riding a horse or skipping. If you can’t find a horse to ride, try a giraffe.