Climate change through the eyes of the Arctic with Wicked Weather Watch

Wicked Weather Watch

Wicked Weather Watch run a range of half and full day workshops for KS1 and KS2 to help pupils understand about climate change. We focus on the Arctic, one of the most affected areas globally, which provides an awe-inspiring backdrop for activities. 

Through science experiments, food tech and other creative means, we look at what climate change is, how it is impacting our world, and what we can do about it. 

We provide teachers with follow up materials and resources that they can continue to use to explore more about climate change.

Examples of previous workshops and materials are available on our website: www.wickedweatherwatch.org.uk

WWW is based in the South West with the majority of our activities in Bath and NE Somerset, Bristol, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Somerset and S Wales.

Expected outcomes

Pupils will have increased knowledge about climate change, understand the link between what is happening in the Arctic and why it matters to us in the UK, and ideas for ativities they can do in their schools to reduce their impact on the planet. 

Teachers will have resources and ideas for teaching about climate change in a fun, practical and non-daunting way.

To book this activity, please contact:
Gill Johnson
07811 265156
info@wickedweatherwatch.org.uk
http://www.wickedweatherwatch.org.uk

C/o Global Resins
7 Park Lane Industrial Estate
Corsham
Wilts
SN13 9LG
United Kingdom

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