The teaching of climate change in the UK has been brought into question through a recent strong-worded report. What does a teacher think? Here are my thoughts
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*** NAEE is totally opposed to these cuts - and is helping school children to access centres via its Kenrick Project - http://naee.org.uk/hugh-kenrick-summer-update
Look at the familiar scene from your classroom window and observe the wealth of potential for wildlife and education in your school grounds. Most schools have areas of various habitats in their grounds, e.g. cut and uncut grassland, ponds, hedgerows, gardens and flower beds, individual trees and small areas of woodland or copse.