This PowerPoint provides statistics and lessons learned from Netflix documentary Seaspiracy. The plenary is a debate suitable for KS4 or high ability KS3 pupils.
Lesson aimed at KS2/KS3 students. Littering campaign - create a poster, video or quiz to raise awareness about littering. Litter audit - Litter pick, analysing the types of litter that are most common. Used in Active Leaders lessons as part of Sustainability Week.
2 lessons in 1 PowerPoint Lesson 1: Understand the human impact on the greenhouse effect and its consequences on the planet. Main task - Write a story, set in the future, about the consequences of climate breakdown. Lesson 2: Identify human-caused species loss as one of the major current threats to biodiversity. Main task - Choose a species to research. What is the function of that species in an ecosystem? What might the effect be of we lost this species? Used for Skills in Schools lessons for Sustainability Week.
Sustainability-focused, subject-specific starters. Created as part of sustainability week. Tasks include: English: KS3 – Acrostic poem, KS4 – Water meter arguments Business and Economics: KS4 – Stakeholders MFL: KS3 – Alternative food choices, KS4 – SMART target Psychology and Sociology: KS4 – Consequences of climate change Maths: KS3 – Energy pie chart, KS4 – Temperature data analysis Performing Art and Media: KS3/4 – Social media and active transport Science: KS3 – Impact of protein KS4 – Energy Alternatives Humanities: KS3 – Personal choices, KS4 – Understanding sustainability Computer Science and ICT: KS3/4 – Recycling research task Art: KS3 – Travel poster, KS4 – Sustainable food flyer
5 lesson resources including PowerPoints and activity sheets. Balloons - static electricity, popping a balloon with a lemon peel and teacher demo inflating a balloon with vinegar and baking soda. Catapult - make your own lollipop stick catapult investigating the effect thickness of fulcrum, length of lever and mass of object has on the distance traveled by the object. Natural selection - alleles and adaptations with knockout game of survival of the fittest mouse as the environment changes. Stained glass glue - making and breaking chemical bonds, making stained glass window models with PVA glue, food colouring and dish soap. Includes teacher demo of surface tension with water, black pepper and dish soap. Home Learners - Includes experiments with every day objects and 3 tasks: make a person in STEM profile, make a board game and poster competition.