Use these fun and informative posters to inspire your school to look at waste and how they can reduce the amount of waste that gets thrown away. Great as posters around the classroom or on your recycling bin and to help your green teams and Eco-School committees in spreading their message throughout school.
Litter left on beaches, washed into rivers or thrown overboard from boats not only makes the marine environment look unpleasant, it kills thousands of marine animals every year, usually by ingestion, entanglement or smothering.
This fantastic STEM project from Practical Action is based around the idea that small, sustainable changes can make a big impact on people’s lives. Challenge your pupils to develop solutions to plastic problems!
Fractions are everywhere this festive season! Begin by spotting patterns and fractions in wintery shapes and go on to create your own simple baubles which are exploding with mathematical facts! This is an excellent way to use up all those scraps left over from Christmas card making, teaching children about recycling and reuse of materials.
A science lesson where pupils will discover what plastic is, why it was created and how it is made. They will then conduct a scientific enquiry into single-use plastic products, identifying their properties, uses and environmental implications.
This assembly, written for Bristol's Young Cook competition in conjunction with Bristol City Council Public Health and Sugar Smart Bristol is thought provoking for all ages. Whilst it includes a special challenge for Year 6 it can easily be adapted to the relevant year group.