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Integration of environmental sustainability including Education for Sustainable Development, Recycling, Healthy Eating, Carbon Reduction and Energy Saving are all very important global issues.

A recent news article from OFSED about their report Every Child Matters states
‘Giving higher priority to sustainable schools, ensuring the curriculum reflects the importance of learning about sustainability, and stressing that education for sustainable development should be part of a broad and balanced curriculum, are all recommendations endorsed by the report’.
Education for sustainable development can be integrated throughout the Curriculum. Science, Maths, Geography and Citizenship can all present exciting opportunities to introduce new lessons which integrate information about environmental sustainability.

To help busy teachers integrate sustainability into lesson planning, the TeachShare Curriculum section provides links to websites which provide classroom material, lesson plans and assembly ideas linked to key stages 1 to 4 from organizations including The Met Office and Generation Green.

Click here to access this section

Share My Resources   

If you have lesson planning material that you would like to share with other teachers you can go to the Share My Resources section to upload you own resources and get a mention for you and your school.

Below is an example of one of these resources from Met Office Education, who provide a range of free lesson plans for teachers.


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For Teachers - Resources to support the National Curriculum

These items are designed for the teacher to use in the classroom or as background reference material. The lesson plans cover elements of the Geography, Science and Maths curriculum.

To access this resource- click here

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