Inspired by nature | The Natural Curriculum is a unique teaching and learning resource for KS2 grammar and maths. The lessons bring the wonders of the natural world into the classroom through captivating clips from the BBC. Each clip provides the starting point for an hour-long lesson based on statutory requirements for KS2, supported by exciting text and visuals, differentiated whiteboard challenges and easy-to-adapt worksheets.

Resources for COP26: Climate Change

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08xy3tj/player

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'What is climate change?' Discuss - Does climate change have to happen? Why? Clip credit: BBC Planet North

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p09d60kn/player

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'Shrinking Glaciers.' Debate - Does it matter if polar bears and other animals lose their habitats? Clip credit: BBC One - Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World

Find more primary school climate change playlists on the ERA website here.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p082mxd0/player

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'My World Episode 3 - Saving Islands.' Debate - Whose fault is global warming? Is it everybody’s fault? Clip credit: BBC World News - My World

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av-embeds/58130893/vpid/p09ry90r

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'Human activity is causing unprecedented changes in our climate.' Discuss - Whose responsibility is it to fight climate change? Clip credit: BBC News - Climate Check

We think all of these clips are suitable for primary-aged children, but some may not be suitable for younger pupils. We suggest that you watch these clips before sharing them with children, and decide if they are appropriate for the children you work with.