Inspiring teachers and pupils to act on climate change.

Welcome to WWW!

 

WWW offers schools a unique way for primary schools to engage with climate change – one of the most important issues facing our planet today.

We bring climate change to life for students and teachers through workshops, talks, direct contact with those who have witnessed climate change in the Arctic and elsewhere for themselves, and supporting teachers to integrate climate change into their every day teaching. 

“The children very much enjoyed both sessions; there was a really lovely buzz around the school afterwards. You have helped inspire an army of 400 little people! And it wasn’t just the children that were inspired.”  

Teacher, Purbrook Junior School, March 2021

Have you taken part in our Sustainability Challenge yet?

 

Masters students from the University of Bath have created a fun and perfect-for-summer Sustainability Challenge for you to get involved in! The challenge includes gardening, cooking and craft activities to get the whole family participating. Check out our Instagram page for the rules, guides and ideas to get you started.

For those who have already taken part in the challenge, we hope you have had lots of fun and learned a lot about what it means to be sustainable to help the Earth. The world is now a little better thanks to all of your efforts!

As a thank you for participating, feel free to download and print your own certificate of achievement! Colour in the animals how you like and sign your name to make it unique to you! 

Big thanks to the students in Team 7 who created the Sustainability Challenge – Violet, Álvaro, Annabelle, Linja, Michelle and Martin.

 

Our work with schools

 

For students

Our talks, workshops, events, and resources encourage and inspire students to learn and care about climate change through drama, interactive activities, music, experiments, dance and more!

 

For teachers

Our renowned, practical teacher training workshops support primary teachers to learn more about climate change and increase their confidence to teach it in the classroom. With networking opportunities, access to free resources and advice and support from staff, we have everything you need to teach climate change with confidence!

There are two courses: “An introduction to Climate Change – the facts” and “Climate Change in the Classroom – teaching with confidence”.

Already a member?

Next Workshop

Climate Change in the Classroom – Teaching with confidence

Thursday the 23rd September, 4pm – 5.30pm, online.

Led by WWW Director, Gill Johnson.

SIGN UP for the Schools Climate Action Programme

 

Are you ready to involve your school in climate action?

Wicked Weather Watch are looking for 15 primary schools across Chippenham, Bath & Bristol to take part in our Schools Climate Action Programme. Will you join us?

WWW’s Schools Climate Action Programme will work with students and teachers over four terms (September 2021 to Easter 2022) to expand their knowledge of climate change and support schools to take sustainable climate action. For just £250, each school will be supported through workshops, teacher training, expert talks and mentoring.

 

To sign up or find out more, please contact Rhianna: schools@wickedweatherwatch.org.uk.

The Schools Climate Action Programme has been made possible by an award from Postcode Local Trust, a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, and Pure Planet.

Get Involved in the Great Science Share for Schools

 

 

In honour of the Great Science Share for Schools (GSSfS) launching on the 15th of June 2021, we are promoting one of our favourite science experiments, “Less Snow and Ice: A Warmer World?”.

This year’s theme for the GSSfS is Climate Emergency – something that we are very passionate about combatting here at WWW! This hands-on activity is perfect as an introduction to climate change for primary students.

Make sure you check out our other resources on the GSSfS website and on our Teaching Resources tab!

RESOURCE OF THE MONTH

Are you ready for COP26?

With COP26 happening right around the corner in November, we have just the resource for you to check out this month. This comprehensive, informative poster will tell you and your students all you need to know about COP26. Answering questions like, “What happens at the Youth Summit?”, “What can we do?” and “Why is COP26 such a big deal?”, this poster brings COP26 to life. Easy and ready to use, just print it out and display it as a large wall poster or learn by reading it online.

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Partners and Funders

 

We work with a range of fantastic partners and funders. By working together we can amplify the voices of young people calling for climate action, as well as connecting young people and schools to each other to showcase the great work they are doing to reduce their climate impact and share learning and ideas.

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