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In this series of activities children will be exploring similarities and differences between their own locality and the island of Coll.
Secondary Geography
Including hail, downdraughts and cloudbursts
Primary
This is a “Weather” game for use with an upper KS1 class, looking at seasonal and daily weather patterns.
Primary
The Climate Change Schools Resources were developed by the Climate Change Schools Project
Primary
It might be useful for you to know the conversion of units commonly used in meteorology for use in the classroom.
Primary
What is meant by climate change? We first need to understand that there is a difference between weather and climate. Weather is all around
Primary, Secondary Geography, Secondary Science
Links to external sites for weather and climate topics.
Primary, Secondary Geography
Flooding may result from a large amount of rain or from rapid thawing of snow and in coastal regions may also be caused by
Primary, Secondary Geography
What is a drought? Droughts are not very easy to define. A drought is not just a lack of water for a period of
Primary, Secondary Geography
Sailing is one of the most weather-dependent sports. Unfortunately, wind is not just a useful source of power for sailing craft but also a
Primary, Secondary Geography
Every year people go and enjoy the wonders of the mountain scenery but for some the experience isn’t so pleasant as they venture onto
Primary, Secondary Geography
Local winds occur on a small spatial scale, their horizontal dimensions typically several tens to a few hundreds of kilometres. They also tend to
Primary, Secondary Geography
Sunshine is essential for life on our planet. The existence of all plants, animals and life on land and sea depends on the sun.
Primary, Secondary Geography
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