Wicked Weather Watch
Inspiring teachers and pupils to act on climate change.
WWW brings climate change to life for students and teachers through workshops, talks, direct contact with those who have personally witnessed climate change in the polar regions, and by supporting teachers to integrate climate change into their every day teaching.
WWW helps to transform eco-anxiety into empowerment, turning education into meaningful, carbon-cutting action. We aim to support the wider school community, including teachers, families, governors and school managers to do the same.
Why focus on the Arctic?
Wicked Weather Watch was founded by Arctic Explorer, David Hempleman-Adams. David’s ambition has always been to educate students about the Arctic and how climate change is threatening this area of the world.
Over the past few decades, the annual average Arctic temperature has increased four times as fast as the rest of the world – having a detrimental impact on the Earth as a whole.
We need your support!
As a charity, we rely on the donations from the public. We provide climate change education for a small fee - please help us continue this and expand our offerings by donating today.
Virtual Arctic Multi-Schools Event
We have successfully launched our Virtual Arctic Multi-Schools Event, where we take schools from all across the country on a trip to the Arctic! We work with Create2Inspire to explore the question “What is so cool about the Arctic?”.
In one year of monthly sessions, we have taught nearly 3,000 pupils through our multi-school events alone. These engaging and exciting sessions keep children buzzing about this topic for days to come, with some even mentioning they were inspired to become prime ministers so they can combat climate change!
If you want your KS2 pupils to take part in one of our upcoming sessions on either the 18th of January 2024 or the 8th of February 2024 get in contact with Rhianna using the button below. For more information, check out Create2Inspire’s most recent blog post about the day or have a look at our one pager.
Book a session with us today
WWW provides talks and assemblies from Arctic explorers and climate change experts, as well as interactive workshops. All of our offerings are available in person or virtually. We aim to work mainly in the Southwest but are happy to work with schools outside of our area when possible.
We offer primary schools explorer talks, climate change expert talks, workshops on sustainability and the Arctic, and CPD for teachers.