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Secondary Geography
##### KS3 Geography – Egypt’s Construction Problem
COP27 linked resource investigating population growth and the construction industry, and links to climate change
Secondary Maths, Secondary Science
##### Optimising Flight Times
Numerical activity calculating total speed (velocity) of an aircraft.
Secondary Science
##### UK Energy Mix
Practical physics resource investigating renewable and non-renewable energy sources
Secondary Science
##### Cloud Cover and Light Levels
Practical physics resource looking at impact of scattering on light levels
Secondary Science
##### Air Pressure and Height
Practical physics resource measuring air pressure variations
Primary, Secondary Geography, Secondary Science
##### Climate Change Transition Day
Notes for Teachers
Secondary Maths, Secondary Science
##### Ocean Warming and Kettles – Teachers’ Notes
Specific Heat Capacity and Density calculations
Secondary Maths, Secondary Science
##### Ocean Warming and Kettles
Specific Heat Capacity and Density Calculations
Secondary Maths
##### KS3 Maths – Egypt’s Road Problem
COP27 linked resource applying pythagoras’ theorem and the Steiner problem.
Secondary Science
##### Trees – evaporative cooling and reflection of EM radiation
Students calculate that one oak tree is equivalent to 4 air conditioning units and consider the other cooling benefits of trees.
Secondary Geography
##### Rainfall and Pressure
A Scottish data based exercise investigating the link between rainfall and atmospheric pressure.
Secondary Geography
##### Weather and Climate worksheet
I can investigate the relationship between climate and weather.
Secondary Geography
##### Beast from the East
A scheme of work written for Scottish BGE second level
Secondary Geography
##### Scottish S4 Scheme of Work
A Scheme of work for S4 Geography
Secondary Geography
##### In Depth – The Global Atmospheric Circulation
It’s worth noting that, if the Earth wasn’t rotating, we’d have just one ‘thermally direct’ cell with air rising at the ITCZ and sinking
Secondary Geography
##### In Depth – Air Masses
An air mass is a body of air with relatively uniform characteristics.
Secondary Geography
##### In Depth – Rainfall and Relief
Precipitation over the British Isles is the result of one or more, of three basic mechanisms.
Secondary Geography
##### In Depth – El Nino/ La Nina
Every few years a very noticeable change comes about in the temperature of the equatorial Pacific Ocean. The eastern side, which is usually the
Secondary Maths, Secondary Science
##### Models for Climate Change
Links to simple numerical models from around the world.
Secondary Geography
##### IPCC 2022 – Women and Climate Change
Explore how women are disproportionately affected by climate change and play a key part in adapting to the changing climate