Tag: For ages 11-14

Manchester Science Festival  learning resources (Science Museum Group)
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Manchester Science Festival learning resources (Science Museum Group)

Image credit: © Science Museum Group Younger audiences can discover more about climate change and ideas for a better world with learning resources from the Science Museum Group. Designed for 7–14 year olds, these downloadable activities to complete at home will support families to think differently about the way we all live our lives. They…

Kind Clothing – Sustainable Fashion (University of Edinburgh – open.ed)
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Kind Clothing – Sustainable Fashion (University of Edinburgh – open.ed)

Kind Clothing is a project written for Girl Guides and for pupils age 10-14. Any groups looking to achieve their ‘Global Awareness’ guiding essential can use Kind Clothing as part of their programme, and it covers topics such as Sustainability, Environmental Issues and Practical Skills. Girlguiding Programme: Express myself: innovate, communicate, skills for my future:…

Outdoor Learning (University of Edinburgh, open.ed)
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Outdoor Learning (University of Edinburgh, open.ed)

An outdoor learning activity to promote the health benefits of using green spaces. It includes a visitor questionnaire, health diary and drawing and interpreting graphs. Two of the lessons are classroom-based, however the other lesson is an outdoor field trip that encourages the learners to put into practise what they have learned in the first…

Our City Our Future
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Our City Our Future

Our City Our Future emerged from ClairCity, an EU research project that sought to include citizens in decision-making processes around clean air and climate change across Europe. Over 3,500 children and young people were involved during the course of the project from 2016-2020, taking part in various school lessons and activities to learn the problems…

Glasgow Science Centre – Interview with Keep Scotland Beautiful’s Upstream Battle
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Glasgow Science Centre – Interview with Keep Scotland Beautiful’s Upstream Battle

Image Credit: Upstream Battle, Keep Scotland Beautiful 80% of marine litter comes from land. Join Heather from Keep Scotland Beautiful as we learn about their exciting citizen science campaign ‘Upstream Battle’ which aims to tackle marine litter from its source. Discover how you can get involved to help prevent marine litter at its source along…