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Secondary Geography
This image shows the warming stripes for the whole globe from 1850 – 2019. These ‘warming stripe’ graphics are visual representations of the change
Secondary Geography
Mystery: Why do we expect a white Christmas? Use the evidence below to consider: What the chances are of snow at Christmas. The images
Secondary Geography
1. Pick an item of clothing and look at its label to see where it was made. 2. Visit https://en.climate-data.org/ to find your chosen
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
The Climate Change Schools Resources were developed by the Climate Change Schools Project
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we explore the structure, location and names for Tropical Cyclones as well as some of their potential impacts.
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we look at how urban areas have an impact on temperature, wind, air quality and precipitation.
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we investigate the factors which can help create a microclimate and introduce fieldwork opportunities within the school grounds.
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we look at the causes of Low pressure systems and the weather they bring to the UK.
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we look at the weather associated with anticyclones in summer and winter and its potential impacts.
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we explore the language used to talk about climate change and look in detail at sea level rise, tipping points and
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we use the Central England Temperature record to explore changing UK weather and look at the projected impacts of climate change
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we revisit climate zones before exploring regional climate differences across the UK and the reasons for them.
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we look at this historical relationship between carbon dioxide and global temperature and the Greenhouse Effect
Secondary Geography, Secondary Maths, Secondary Science
Activities Using Weather and Climate Data
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we look at the characteristics and locations of hot deserts and the adaptations of animals and vegetation found there.
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we investigate why polar climates are so extreme and how it can be too cold to snow in Antarctica.
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