Ideal as an introduction to the water cycle, this resource gives an idea for one of so many ways that the fantastically inspirational The Drop in my Drink by Meredith Hooper can be used. This resources uses this book to introduce children to the water cycle and encourages them to question something so vital.
Cities shape our health and well being and people’s decision-making shapes cities. This lesson plan allows children to find their voice and develop their scientific, communication and decision-making skills in order to influence change.
A fabulous multi-faceted resource; develop and test your pupil's essential STEM skills through a host of interactive, curriculum linked resources and lesson plans. Pupils take a thrilling educational journey, completing curriculum-based STEM Challenges in science, maths, DT and coding whilst covering a variety of sustainability issues to earn points as they take charge of the GWR network.
Calling all budding engineers! Inspire your children to use their design skills with this fantastic series of lessons, in which children are challenged by Shaun and the Flock to design an imaginative alternative to modern day transport.