How does our clothing impact people and planet?
Sustainable Threads is a series of engaging and fun lesson plans designed for KS2 and 3, available for free on the Global Goals Centre Resource Hub. About this resource Eight lesson plans and related activities that support the online game Threads that can be played to introduce the subject of fast fashion. These resources provide a fresh approach… Continue reading How does our clothing impact people and planet?
BBC Bitesize: The Regenerators
Whether at home or school, The Regenerators is here to inspire children and teenagers to live a greener life and encourage others to look after the planet. This BBC Bitesize series includes lessons to support learning about the environment, simple ideas and inspiration for being more green, and a green careers section where you can… Continue reading BBC Bitesize: The Regenerators
STEM through storytelling
STEM Ambassadors are being trained into super storytellers – all ready to come into your school and show your class that science is for everyone. The real-life scientists will be armed with stereotype-busting books – showing women, people from BAME backgrounds and people with neurodiversity – doing fun science-y stuff. They’ll share these engaging stories… Continue reading STEM through storytelling
British Science Week Activity Packs Now Available
British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths that will take place between 11-20 March 2022! The British Science Week activity packs for 2022 have been launched today, providing over 40 simple, hands-on science activities which teachers, parents and community group leaders can use with students and children during British… Continue reading British Science Week Activity Packs Now Available
Create a plan for your school with the Schools Climate Action Planner
Transform Our World and our partners have launched a free, online, easy-to-use action planning tool to help teachers and students prioritise the actions their school can take to reduce its environmental impact. The tool points you to the best support, resources, and programmes out there to help you take impactful action across all areas of school life… Continue reading Create a plan for your school with the Schools Climate Action Planner
DO TRY THIS AT HOME!
The Futures 2021 team have developed a series of free online activities which young people and adults alike can enjoy. (SUPERVISION OF CHILDREN BY A SENSIBLE ADULT IS ADVISED!) From Genetics in the Kitchen and Arranging Animal Organs to Bending Rainbows and Making your own Seaweed Fertiliser, the DO Try This At Home collection has… Continue reading DO TRY THIS AT HOME!
We Make Our Future
We Make Our Future is a new interactive, educational & entertaining science show for the next generation of engineers! Full-dome digital projections allow us to visit engineering marvels from history and explore the pros and cons of modern life. Industry, technology and invention have progressed civilisation, but at what cost? Get to know how the… Continue reading We Make Our Future
WeCount Schools – explore air pollution and traffic in your local area
We are very excited to share a brand new series of educational STEM resources for KS2 and KS4 pupils developed by EU citizen science project WeCount and DETI Inspire. WeCount Schools resources cover a wide range of subjects, all curriculum linked, supporting children to learn about the grand challenges’ cities face in relation to urban… Continue reading WeCount Schools – explore air pollution and traffic in your local area
The West in Minecraft
If you could completely re-design your city, your street, your home, what would you do differently? The West in Minecraft educational resources take a digital, play-based approach to support children to develop their own ideas and problem-solving skills, and engage with engineering as a creative and diverse subject that can impact the world around us.… Continue reading The West in Minecraft
Are your students climate leaders?
It’s not just the familiar faces leading the way against climate change. Everyday people are going about their lives in quietly revolutionary ways – helping cut carbon emissions and making the UK and the wider world a greener place. Whether it’s by recycling, composting, walking to school, using a re-usable water bottle or turning… Continue reading Are your students climate leaders?