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weather and climate

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Primary, Secondary Geography, Secondary Science
These resources are designed to be used in one extended session with students preparing to move from primary to secondary school.
Secondary Geography
What types of weather are good for different sporting events?
Secondary Science
Climate based Physics Practice Questions for secondary and university level students
Primary, Secondary Geography, Secondary Maths, Secondary Science
For curriculum developers and other communicators to explore the diverse range of concepts associated with climate change and the links between them.

The Royal Meteorological Society believes that every student should leave school with the basic climate literacy that would enable them to engage with the messages put forward by the media or politicians or to make informed decisions about their own opportunities and responsibilities when it comes to climate change mitigation and adaptation, and also to equip them with the knowledge and skills required for the green jobs of the future.

Every student should leave school with the basic weather literacy that allows them to understand the weather that affects them, their leisure activities and the careers they choose to follow.