Wicked Weather Watch is excited and proud to work with some fantastic partners who support our by providing information, helping to create our resources and promoting our work. Read more about the great organisations we are working with below.
INTERACT (International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic) is part of SCANNET, a circumarctic network of 77 field bases in northern Europe, Russia, US, Canada, Greenland, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and Scotland, as well as stations in northern alpine areas. INTERACT seeks to build capacity for identifying, understanding, predicting and responding to diverse environmental changes throughout the Arctic.
INTERACT supports WWW to access accurate information about the Arctic, and has kindly allowed us to use their materials including photos and videos for use in our education work.
Sustainable Learning connects teachers with free learning resources and expert knowledge to inspire children about sustainability through National Curriculum learning. Sustainable learning is kindly helping to advise and promote WWW’s teaching materials.
The Weather Club, run by the Royal Meteorological Society is full of interesting and educational content that captures the many faces of the weather – its beauty, its power, its occasional absurdity and its fragility in the face of human activity. The Weather Club kindly shares resources and information with WWW, and recently featured an article by David Hempleman-Adams in their Autumn newsletter.
Wicked Weather Watch would not exist without the support of our generous funders. We would like to acknowledge the support of the people and Trusts mentioned below, as well as those who have chosen to remain anonymous, and thank them for helping us to inspire the young people we work with.
The Ernest Cook Trust is one of the UK’s leading outdoor learning charities. The Trust places education at its very heart by offering children and young people a range of outdoor learning opportunities.The ECT supported Wicked Weather Watch to develop our interactive KS2 Curriculum materials during which schools have the opportunity to hear directly from an Arctic Explorer! Read more about the Trust’s work here.