With issues relating to climate change regularly appearing in the news, we thought it would be timely to provide the children with some learning on this. We’ve designed two ‘Ecobeast Bitesize’ lessons for teachers to explain the upcoming COP26 meeting of world leaders in Glasgow in November.
It is part of our approach to ensure our sustainability lessons are focused on not just explaining problems, but also the solutions available. COP26 is a chance for politicians to review targets for reducing carbon emissions and decide on further policies to tackle climate change.
All Primary children are invited to enter a video in our house competition. The winning entry will be selected from Key Stage 2 and entered in an international competition run by the Trust for Sustainable Living for which there is a £500 cash prize.
The videos should last no longer than 1 minute and focus on the theme ‘the need for climate action and a green revolution.’ We will award all entries house points and can’t wait to see the children’s messages.
Please email videos to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 28th of September. Please note the winning video will be shared on social media.