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The Fool on the Hill

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Conclusion

You now know a lot about how the position and movement of the Earth in space leads to our days and nights, as well as our seasons. Now you must either compose a modern version of ‘The Fool on the Hill’ or write to the composer, Sir Paul McCartney, and update his knowledge to allow him to improve his original version scientifically.

Some things to include are:

  • The causes of days and nights.
  • Why one day and one night takes 24 hours.
  • Why days get longer as summer approaches and shorter as winter approaches.
  • How the movement of the Earth around the sun leads to our seasons.
  • Why summer is hot and winter is cold.


Use your ACE Level Ladder to help you plan and undertake your task. Click here to download a PDF copy of the ACE Level Ladder.

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