Inspiring teachers and pupils to act on climate change.
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. Find out more on our schools page.
We have suspended all in person school visits during Lockdown but hope to resume them when lockdown ends. However, we are still running virtual events – our teacher training, speaker talks and workshops are all available in online formats, and all of our resources and teaching materials are free.
Sign in to access them, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about how we can support your schools’ learning about climate change.
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One donation, twice the impact
The Big Give Christmas Challenge is an annual national fundraising event that helps charities to double donations for one week only. Every donation to our Big Give Christmas Campaign “Hear our Voice – Climate Champions“ will be matched!
The campaign runs from 1st – 8th Dec. Read more about the “Hear our Voice” project and how the Big Give works here. Every donation, no matter how small, will have a BIG impact and so thank you for your support!
The 2020 Youth Climate Summit
We were thrilled to be a part of the 2020 Youth Climate Summit hosted by Global Action Plan this November. It was an amazing way to get young people involved and talking about climate action in the run-up to COP26 next year. Our wonderful patron, Professor Terry V Callaghan enjoyed recording a session about the Arctic and its important role in climate change.
We work with a range of fantastic partners. 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.
Wicked Weather Watch News
Last week, we hit the most amazing milestone - at Royal High Prep School we delivered a workshop, which included the 10,000th pupil to be part of a Wicked Weather Watch activity! In a time when educating young people about what is happening to our world's climate has...
The BBC's science editor, David Shukman, filmed a special report released this week issuing a stark warning about the increasing rate at which Greenland's ice sheet is melting, and the impact that could have on the rest of the world through rising sea levels. Why does...
What an amazing day. The opportunity to work with years 3-6 at St Saviours Junior School, Bath, was just fantastic. Last Friday, 22d Nov, was a full day of climate action for all. Starting with an assembly for all, Years 5 and 6 rotated around 3 activities - a giant...