Want to be a meteorologist?

Careers Information Day Are you aged 14-20 and are careers related to weather and climate something you are considering? If so, come along to this day and hear from some people already working or studying in the field, and some of the Universities offering undergraduate and postgraduate courses in weather and climate. Find out more…

SNOW!

As large swathes of the country are affected by snow, the question of how long it will last and whether we’ll get a white Christmas becomes important – and a great way to revise some weather processes. Have a look at our resource investigating what weather conditions are required for snow, with some ideas for…

Met Office Summer Placements

The Met office have opened applications for summer placements in 2018. Applicants must have completed their A levels. More information can be found here. We expect work experience opportunities at the Met Office to be advertised at the same link shortly.

Online CPD: dates for 2018

“Come Rain or Shine”, our online course, will be running three times in 2018: from 15th January, 18th June and 1st October. The course is suitable for secondary geography teachers wishing to improve their understanding of UK weather, A level students beginning a weather topic or anyone else with an interest in understanding the processes…

Ophelia: teaching resources

We’ve pulled together some resources about ex-hurricane Ophelia, bringing together information about tropical cyclones, depressions, anticyclones and air masses to explore the extremely unusual weather we experienced in mid-October. Ophelia PowerPoint

Save the Date: Careers In Meteorology Day

If you are or know of any budding meteorologists aged 14-20, they may be interested in a careers day we are planning in London on 3rd March 2018. It will feature a mix of talks about various aspects of weather and climate and possible careers in meteorology from young meteorologists, as well as an opportunity…