A Curriculum Planning Tool For Teaching Climate Change
Sue Lyle outlines a curriculum planning tool for organising an approach to teaching and learning around environmental damage, the loss of bio=diversity and the forces in play in creating, and the obstacles to stopping, climate change
Climate Change: Pupil Voice, Digital Democracy and Global Citizenship
Digital Democracy can be a great way of ensuring the voices of all children and young people in a school are heard. Sue Lyle and Peter Anderson report on how the digital platform, VocalEyes can be used to support Pupil Voice and lead to serious action for change in schools and community.
Declaring a Climate Crisis at Woodbridge High School, Redbridge
Across the UK awareness around climate change is growing and following recent school strikes and demonstrations some of our schools have declared a climate emergency and began to examine what they can do about the scale of crisis we face. In this piece we learn how one London secondary school has responded.
Climate Change : Retro-fitting Houses
Global warming will not be addressed without attending to the buildings that house human beings.
Climate Change: Land Use And Re-Wilding Britain
Biodiversity describes all the genes, species and populations of plants, animals, fungi, bacteria and other organisms in any given area.
Climate Change: Active Travel
Active travel could bring health benefits through increasing physical activity and reducing air pollution
Climate Change: Dragon’s Den Briefing For Each Of The Six Case Studies
Each of the six case studies written for the ‘Dragon’s Den’ challenge need the same introduction to set the scene for their research.
Climate Change on Dragon’s Den
Young people are worried about the climate emergency; many are suffering from eco-anxiety and teachers are often not sure how to respond.
If Britain Was a Cake
The purpose of the activity is for students to discover how the land of the UK is used today and what changes need to be made if we are to become carbon zero.
Climate Change: Where Does Our Fruit Come From?
As we recognize how dependent we are on food from across the world amid the Covid-19 pandemic, it raises the question of how the UK could become more self-sufficient. For example, today the UK is only 31% self-sufficient in apples, yet we have the capacity to grow and store our own all year round. Also, as more fuel is used in transporting goods from across the world, the climate emergency also raises the issue of food miles.