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Climate Change Negotiations Wins Silver Award

We are delighted that our Climate Negotiations Resource has been awarded a Silver award at this year’s Geographical Association conference.

The citation from the judges read: “Simulating a world climate change conference is a free, online and multimedia resource, relevant for both GCSE and A level specifications. It provides a wealth of high-quality, sophisticated and up-to-date materials, including clear instructions and background information; vital for developing a full geographical perspective on the potential positions of the different countries. Particularly useful is video input from one of the British delegates to the Paris climate talks which lends authenticity to the process that the students undertake. The judges felt that while role play is a well-established approach to learning about geographical issues such as climate change, the quality of the resource would enable teachers to confidently set up an excellent simulation for their classes.”

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Secondary Maths
Classroom resources which use climate change as a context for key maths skills, produced in collaboration with Dr Frost Learning
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.