Results for "environment" (175)

Food and the Environment

Food and where it comes from have been a hot topic recently, with all of us asking questions about where the food we eat actually comes from.  This resource helps Key Stage Two children learn about food, where it comes from and the issues that surround it such as: sustainability, fair trade, food miles,...


A programming environment for free!

Several postings in this group point people to tools that provide a programming environment for particular programming languages. Nowadays it has become a common practice to customise a programming environment around the languages it supports. This tends unfortunately to promote the view that there is some kind of...


Display board - litter, the environment and the carbon cycle

Display for litter, the environment and the carbon cycle. Linking directly to the AQA GCSE specification


OCR 21st Cent module C5(Chemicals of the natural environment)

This can be used to teach Electrolysis for the C5 topic.  It includes a power point, a work sheet with both Foundation and Higher tier questions and a word document with the model answers to the questions from teh worksheet.

This can be sued to teach the lesson or as a revision lesson.  It is...


Free Blue Planet 2 Oceans Poster


BBC Report on Melting Ice Caps


Reception Class Spring Display

This tree changes every season. For spring we explored the local environment to find evidence of spring. We wrote spring poems and grew both cress and bean seeds.


Interesting BBC News Antarctic items this week:


PEP and Pizza - National Vegetarian Week Grants

I know that some of you have identified activities around the theme of ‘Climate change’ within your PEP action plans and indeed most of our themes are inextricably linked to these issues.

Here are details of an opportunity for schools to access a mobile pizza oven for a day as part of National Vegetarian...


Ice-locked ship News Story

There is an interesting story about a Polar Vessel in the news about a ship which is purposely going to get stuck in ice and be allowed to drift across the North Pole.  This is a nice story talking about collaboration and climate change.  This would tie in really well with the Polar Explorer Programme and...