26 June 2017

Geography

A photo of the Deep building in Hull.

Architecture in focus: The Deep

The Deep is an award winning aquatic space, a place where young people can explore the story of the world’s oceans and enjoy the urban public realm.

The global effects of climate change: a Green Day resource

Looking at the global effects of climate change can be a great way to provide context for students aiming to improve the sustainability of their school.

Mental materials: Green Day resource

Fun, free, cross curricular plan to help you teach a series of lessons for key stage 1 and 2 pupils about materials, sustainability and the environment.

Old fashioned bedroom.

Architecture in Focus: Blenheim Palace

A great building can be a wonderful teaching aid. Find out all about Blenheim Palace and the opportunities it offers in a range of curriculum areas.

Lesson plans and activities

Links to great resources to use local buildings and places in memorable lessons.

Reflective sphere

Downloadable key stage 3 Geography lesson plans

Great resources for your key stage 3 Geography lessons.

Opening eyes to art and beauty

Art and design teaching activities for Key Stages 1 and 2, using images as a trigger for discussing what counts as beauty.

Skyscraper against blue sky

Tall buildings

Symbolising wealth and power, skyscrapers make great teaching resources.

Tales from the Palace

Inspired by stories about Kensington Palace and its inhabitants, year 5 students wrote, performed and directed films breathing new life into the past.

Downloadable key stage 2 Geography lesson plans

Great resources for your key stage 2 Geography lessons.

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