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  • The education area has been designed to aid the science, technology and citizenship curricula. We've put together a list of resources which should be useful when discussing and studying all aspects of energy.

    Green Stuff

    This is a magazine produced by SSE for 9 to 11 year olds designed to help children learn about saving energy, the environment and safety.

    PDF icon PDF file: Green Stuff magazine (2.53MB) 

    Most computers will open PDF files automatically. If not, you may need to download Adobe Reader. To do this, please visit the Adobe website

    Climate change

    Classroom resources for teachers about climate change.
    Go to the Teach Climate Change site. 
    Go to our interactive educational Flash game

    Carbon Trust

    The Carbon Trust's mission is to accelerate the move to a low carbon economy by working with organisations to reduce carbon emissions and develop commercial low carbon technologies.
    Go to the Carbon Trust site.

    Climate choices - Children's voices

    This is aimed at teachers of children aged 9-11 years (UK years 5 and 6) who want to help children begin to understand the challenging and complex issue of climate change.
    Go to the Climate Choices site

    Act on CO2

    Interactive resource from Direct Gov where you can calculate your CO2 output, based on your home energy usage, appliances and travel.
    Go to the 'Act on CO2' site

    'Switched on kids'

    Interactive resource providing information about electricity and how to use it safely.
    Go to the 'Switched on kids' site.


    All teacher resources on our site are free to download for educational purposes and you are free to link to these resources from your website, email or blog.

    We politely ask that you do not redistribute the downloads or host them on your site but use the URL below to link to this page.

    www.atlantic.co.uk/aboutus/educationalresources/

     

     

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