Download Educational materials and lesson plans about South Georgia for UK primary schools.
How can the history of the whale in South Georgia teach us how to look after our planet in the future?
This is a project where children will be motivated and excited to learn about the wider world by looking at humankind’s impact on one specific place and the wildlife that live there, and to think creatively about how to care for their planet in the future.
It has been designed to be taught as a project on its own or as a special project for a focus week about conservation and stewardship of our planet.
It covers many aspects of the National Curriculum through a series of key questions linked to the learning outcomes for KS1 (ages 5-7 years) & KS2 (ages 8 – 11 years) across the curriculum.
Download Educational materials and lesson plans about South Georgia for UK secondary schools.
This pack introduces students to the island of South Georgia; its past, present and future and its global significance.
It is particularly suited to teachers of students aged 14-16, but there are overlaps with other age groups, and some ideas for taking the pack further are provided. The enquiries have been designed to connect with the main priorities and research activities of the SGHT, and to cover the main outcomes of National 5 Social Sciences in Scotland, and key elements of the GCSE Geography and Science specifications in England & Wales.