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

Big Give Christmas Challenge – Let’s Celebrate Climate Action!

Eco-anxiety is a top-three concern for children. Fun, skill-oriented learning is critical for young people to engage with nature and lead more sustainable lives. Our Schools Climate Action Programme, which launched in September of 2021, is providing young people, teachers and schools the knowledge, skills and motivation they need to take climate action.

 

We have been working with 15 schools across the South-West over the course of a year to help take these schools to the next step in taking action to combat climate change. Let’s Celebrate Climate Action is the finale event of this programme. The event will reduce eco-anxiety through pupils sharing positive achievements to tackle climate change and provide an exchange of ideas for further action.

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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”.

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Next Workshop

COP26 Q&A – All Welcome!

Wednesday the 17th November, 4:00pm – 5:00pm, online.

Led by WWW Consultant & COP26 Attendee, Tom Walmsley.

Check out our newest COP26 resources!

COP26 Explained Video

Our brand new COP26 Explained video is the perfect addition to your lessons. This engaging video teaches your students about COP, the importance of it, how we can all come together to be a part of it, and more. The video is a comprehensive and fun introduction to COP for those who have never heard of the conference before. With beautiful drawing animations and an inspiring narration, this video will have your students captivated and eager to find out more about the climate crisis. Feel free to share this link with your community, family, colleagues, and school.

COP26 Information Poster

The COP26 information poster can act like your haven of all information relating to COP. Complete with a word cloud, glossary, and a whole page dedicated to the importance of the youth’s voice, this resource will provide lots of content to teach for the upcoming climate conference. The poster can be printed as 9 x A4 sheets and is perfect to display in the classroom.

Check out the accompanying video by Tom Walmsley below which explains COP26 quickly by walking you through the information sheet.

COP26 Climate Contest Card Game

Our version of the classic Top Trumps card game has been handmade and created to focus on what different countries in the world are doing to be a part of combatting the climate crisis. This unique resource is bound to engage your students and children in getting to know more about climate change and the need for countries to work together across the planet not only for COP26 but also after!

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.

RESOURCE OF THE MONTH

Are you ready for COP26?

Bring COP26 into the classroom with our brand new animation video – “COP26 Explained”! This primary-level video covers everything you, and your students need to know about the climate conference taking place in Glasgow this coming November. Share this video far and wide for all to use prior to COP26. If your students need captions, print out the Ode to COP26 poem found on our Teaching Resources page.

Click here to start learning today!

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WWW reaches 10,000th pupil!!

WWW reaches 10,000th pupil!!

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...

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Awesome Climate Action Day, St Saviours, Bath!

Awesome Climate Action Day, St Saviours, Bath!

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...

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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