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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!
#GivingTuesday – 28th November 2017
A HUGE thank you to everyone who donated and supported us on GivingTuesday. All funds raised are going towards our schools education programme!
And there is still time to donate! If like us you were just too busy in November and you didn’t get round to it, don’t worry, the campaign is still open. Just use the links below to show your support. Thank you!
FREE SCHOOL EVENT: An Awesome Arctic Adventure!
A fun-filled day of creative learning that meet curriculum criteria, looking at climate change through the eyes of the Arctic.
For Upper Key Stage 2/Year 5/Year 6 pupils and teachers. Sessions will include:
- Geography (place and locational knowledge; physical and human geography; geographical skills) with Emma Espley: part-time teacher, freelance consultant and Geographical Association Primary Geography Champion and approved Global Learning Programme CPD provider.
- D&T: Food technology/science with Kathryn Minchew: a former MasterChef semi-finalist and now professional chef.
- Dance: An Arctic exploration with Sarah Shaw: freelance dance consultant.
- Meet an Arctic explorer with WWW: climate change education charity
WHEN: Thursday 8th February 2018
WHERE: High Schools for Girls, Denmark Road, Gloucester. GL1 3JN.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form. Up to 12 pupils and 2 members of staff per school may attend and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Similar events have been hugely successful. Click here to find out more, see pupils, staff and consultants in action and read comments.
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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