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Energy Choices – two teacher guides

In the United States, the North American Association for Environmental Education [NAAEE] has launched a middle school level teacher’s guide to provide an introduction to the guide Energy Choices: What Should We Do About America’s Energy Future? which is produced by the Environmental Issues Forum [EIF]. NAAEE says that using Energy Choices offers an opportunity for teachers and students to…

Learning Outside the Classroom Awards

 Time’s running out – The Awards for Outstanding Contribution to Learning Outside the Classroom recognises individuals or teams who ensure that young people have inspiring learning experiences.  The Council for Learning Outside the classroom invites nominations in the following categories: LOtC Inspiring Educator LOtC Innovator LOtC Advocate Lifetime Contribution to LOtC The deadline is this Friday 21st July 2017.…

Wildlife Watch

Wildlife Watch is the junior branch of The Wildlife Trusts. It’s on a mission to put wildness into families, teenagers & children. Wildlife Watch runs two blogs. One is Benny the Blenny’s blog which is quite hard to say but which “explores life beneath the waves around Britain with Benny the Blenny”.  The most recent post was on Dad’s…

Slimbridge activities

Slimbridge has announced a range of activities for children (and adults): Home Educators Summer   Thu 20 July 2017  View event details Dusty’s Wildlife Rangers  22 Jul 2017 – 3 Sep 2017  View event details Summer Movie Competition  22 Jul 2017 – 5 Sep 2017  View event details Bird Watch Morning  Sun 23 July 2017  View event details For the…

Wild Family Day Out

Circle of Life Rediscovery says: Does your school have an inset day on July 20th?   If so join a Family WILD DAY OUT!  Switch off your phones and bring your children to the forest to discover and explore a whole new WILD world!  You will learn about nature while having fun discovering the treasures of…

WorldWise Week

Thanks to the GA for alerting us to WorldWise Week (WWW), formerly known as Geography Awareness Week.  This provides teaching resources with activities for students at all key stages and abilities linked to the current theme.  The resources are for use either during the designated WWW (during the last week of June) or at any other…