|Curriculum Links||Other useful resources|
|Module 1 physical impacts||exam specification||Met Office poster|
|sea level rise on Bangladesh|
|Module 1 climate science||atmospheric structure||exam questions|
|atmospheric composition||exam questions||Climate Science Experiments|
|composition of the atmosphere ppt|
|inert or not|
|major greenhouse gases|
|solar radiation||EM spectrum|
|solar radiation and the atmosphere||https://www.conted.ox.ac.uk/courses/professional/climatebasics/climate/interface.html(the ‘What affects climate’ part)|
|module 2 climate feedback mechanisms||feedback mechanisms|
|ozone depletion||Antarctic Ozone Depletion||https://www.metlink.org/teachers/useful-links/#ozone|
|A exam questions|
|B exam questions|
|C exam questions|
|Additional Guide to Stratospheric Ozone|
The Climate Change Schools Resources were developed by the Climate Change Schools Project, based at the then Science Learning Centre in Durham and led by Krista McKinzey. A large number of teachers and schools in North East England were involved in their development.
They have subsequently been updated by the Royal Meteorological Society.
A Climate Literate person;
- – Understands the essential principles of Earth’s climate system and knows how to assess scientifically credible information about climate,
- – Communicates about climate and climate change in a meaningful way,
- – Can make informed and responsible decisions with regard to actions that may affect climate.