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Why not test out these taster resources from Sustainable Learning? There’s something for everyone there, from D&T lesson plans, to entertaining videos about food waste and the plight of hedgehogs in the UK! Children can even learn how to make their own computer game.
Created by and for teachers, the Sustainable Learning website was inspired by Bristol’s year as European Green Capital in 2015. Funding from the Department of Energy and Climate Change allowed them to continue the legacy of that very special year with their website, connecting teachers with high-quality curriculum resources, expert knowledge, fieldtrip locations and upcoming events.
On their site, you’ll find teaching inspiration from hundreds of free lesson plans and resources for every subject, all designed to meet curriculum objectives whilst exploring environmental themes and sustainability. The website also includes the award-winning online educational game ‘Sustainable Shaun’, a city building computer game with Shaun the Sheep. You can play a ‘Visit the classroom’ version of the game ‘mission mode’ on the site, which hosts short sections of the game along with a host of complementary lesson plans ranging from one-off lessons through to a whole term’s worth of project work.
Try out the taster resources below and then visit www.sustainablelearning.com to find out more.