10 May 2021
From £35.00 per person
The Climate Emergency is an increasingly important topic and many resources have appeared to help teach it in schools. But what should you use? How can you incorporate it in your lessons and and find time to do so?
This session will look at the opportunities to both teach and address climate change in the primary geography national curriculum, and model how effective progression can be put in place that ensures coherence, rigour and relevance. We will cover essential areas of knowledge such as ‘weather’ and ‘food and farming’ in KS1, and ‘energy’, ‘natural resources’ and ‘climates’ in KS2, as well as contextualise learning in appropriate locations, linked to the national curriculum.
We will investigate knowledge, skills and critical pedagogies to develop a deeper understanding of the geography of climate breakdown, while equipping children with greater resilience to deal with the emotions and uncertainty that they may be feeling.
This training will be delivered online.
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