Curriculum linked lessons in sustainability

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Sustainable Learning is a teaching resource created by teachers for teachers.

“We empower teachers to deliver engaging primary schools lessons,” said Clare Marshall, Director of the company. Many of the resources have a sustainability thread, a focus on STEM and all of them are National Curriculum linked.

You can find the resources, along with exceptional lessons on their website: https://www.sustainablelearning.com/

One of Clare’s favourites is Fibonacci Fun – in which students can investigate the Fibonacci sequence as part of an outdoor maths lesson. Pupils can explore number patterns and sequencing in the context of the natural world, using found objects to give their learning relevance, and even apply their sequencing skills to some number pattern poetry!

Another fave is Sustainable Shaun: En-tyre-ly barking! in which you can challenge your class to design their own super sustainable transport with a D&T lesson.

The site also offers links to expert knowledge and a useful events calendar.

Sustainable Learning are award winning education consultants and workshop facilitators. To find out more visit www.sustainablehive.com.

This post was originally published on Curiosity Connections by Louisa Cockbill on 15th November 2018.

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