Help us change your world!
Bath Life Awards 2018 Finalists!
We didn’t win, but we’re still delighted to have been chosen as finalists in the Education category. Thank you to all who supported our entry and we look forward to BLA2019!!
The earth is getting hotter. Glaciers are melting. Seas are rising. Climate change will affect us all.
So what can you do to help?
Could you switch off more lights? Use less water? Plant more trees?
You can make a difference!
Friday 6 July – Gloucester; Thursday 20 Sept – Bath
CPD workshops for KS1/KS2 teachers / trainees / geography subject lead.
Want to teach climate change and cold environments in a cross-curricular way? Or to link up with an Arctic explorer? Or maybe raise awareness of rising temperatures and shrinking ice within the Arctic? Then these are the workshops for you! Come and ‘unpick’ National Curriculum Geography at Key Stages 1 and 2 and see how teaching about climate change and sustainability fits in. Cost – £75 per person. Read the fantastic feedback from our previous events!
Arctic Adventure Day for Lower KS2 (Yrs 3/4) pupils – FREE!
Venue: Royal High School, Bath.
Come on an exciting adventure with WWW to look at whether the Arctic will still be a ‘frozen kingdom’ in 2050. This multi-school event sees children becoming Arctic explorers for a fun-filled day of creative learning, looking at climate change through activities such as dance, cookery and meeting a real-life explorer!
WWW flagship annual Arctic Extravaganza – FREE!
Coming this Autumn at Clifton High School, Bristol. Read about last year’s Extravaganza!
To book your place on any of the events email Vicky – firstname.lastname@example.org
Working with schools
Do you want to access up to the minute resources to teach about climate change and related topics? Or to hear directly from an explorer, scientist or those living in the Arctic?
WWW offers schools a unique way to teach about climate change by providing resources that meet cross-curricula requirements, as well as bringing the issue to life for students through direct contact with those who have witnessed climate change in the Arctic for themselves.
WWW’s schools programme strives to inspire students to care about climate change, the impact on our planet, and to engage in activities that will reduce our footprint on the Earth.
For more information about how your school can work with WWW visit our SCHOOLS PORTAL or download our SCHOOLS LEAFLET.
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Wicked Weather Watch News
This week #WorldEnvironmentDay (Tues 5th) and #WorldOceansDay (Fri 8th) are taking place, both highlighting the damage caused by plastics in our oceans. Once thought to be too far away to reach, plastic is increasingly being found in the Arctic Ocean, affecting the...
An experiment has been taking place in the Arctic tundra for the last 20 years to look at whether mammoth-like creatures could help stop the release of greenhouse gases from the ground. This article in the Independent looks at how large animals could help to re-create...
We had a great time meeting teachers, school children, their families and the public at large at the Festival of Nature, Bath at the weekend. Just as polar bears in the Arctic faced record temperatures earlier in the year, our cardboard polar bear was pretty hot as...