Help us change your world!

We’re raising funds to train and support at least 40 fantastic teachers we work with to be climate change champions in their schools, supporting their pupils to act on climate change, and to make our resources accessible nationwide! Read more about the project.

One donation, twice the impact.

We secured pledges of £2,625 which are in our ‘match fund’. Now we need to raise the same amount – £2,625 – during the Christmas Challenge (27th Nov – 4th Dec) to unlock these pledges and raise a whopping total of at least £5,250*!!

Even the smallest donation will have double the impact. Thank you for your support!

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!

Join Wicked Weather Watch and find out what you can do to fight climate change.Polar-bear

Upcoming events

 

Thursday 22nd November – Bristol WWW flagship annual Arctic Extravaganza – FREE!

Coming this Autumn at Clifton High School, Bristol. Read about last year’s Extravaganza!  FULLY BOOKED

 

CPD workshops for KS1/KS2 teachers / trainees / geography subject lead. Various dates and venues – email us to enquire.

Want to teach climate change and cold environments in a cross-curricular way? 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. Read the fantastic feedback from our previous events! FIND OUT MORE! 

 

To book your place on any of the above events email Vicky: schools@wickedweatherwatch.org.uk

Open Water - Breaking Ice. Signed copies available now!

“Open Water-Breaking Ice – The Polar Ocean Challenge. A Voyage of Exploration Around the North Pole” is Sir David Hempleman-Adams’ account of the incredible journey Northabout made around the Arctic Circle in summer 2016.

All proceeds will go to Wicked Weather Watch’s schools education programme. Thank you for your support.

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 page or download our SCHOOLS LEAFLET.

Join us or login using the links to the right.

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Check out our updated KS2 Scheme of Work: “Let’s go on an awesome Arctic adventure – How is climate change affecting the Arctic region?”

It contains six weeks of lesson plans plus all the accompanying resources needed to make teaching about climate change and sustainability fun and memorable for all pupils!

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A fact that we love to use at Wicked Weather Watch, because it inevitably gets the children's attention and makes them laugh, is that farting cows are a major contributor to climate change. That's right, cows fart methane, one of the most potent greenhouse gases! But...

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Arctic ‘no safe haven’ for migrating birds

One of the topics that we frequently help children to understand is the landscapes and habitats of the Arctic, and how climate change is altering them. We often focus on the meeting of grizzly bears and polar bears, leading to the 'groler' or 'pizzly' bear - several...

Schools News

Polar adventures at Heron Primary!

Exploration, dancing, sugar cube igloos and a snow machine - yes, it was Polar day for year 1 at Heron Primary today! With the help of the intrepid Hazel Richards, who has been to both Poles, we had great fun helping the children explore the Arctic and Antarctica. ...

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!!

Read more about the awards and winners

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