This free toolkit, created by MEEN with Manchester schools in mind, will help teachers and pupils work together to find out what they can do to take action on climate change.
This excellent resource gives KS3/4 and adults an opportunity to update their knowledge on Climate Change. It includes the option to ask your own questions and takes you to articles and research on every aspect of Climate Change.
The national carbon calculator allows you to play at being Prime Minister and consider how you would choose to reduce our nations footprint by 80%. This is an excellent activity for adults and secondary pupils.
This is a personal carbon footprint calculator where you can revisit the process to see what adjustments might help you reduce your footprint.
Action Aid have produced a primary and secondary version of 'Power Down' an excellent, award-winning, multimedia resource for geography, citizenship and science.
Making connections - this card game activity taken from Power Down makes the links between switching on a light and climate change.
The picture on this worksheet produced by Actionaid can be used as a good prompt to discuss our understanding about what causes climate change.
This multimedia resource based on The Age of Stupid film is for learners aged 12+ studying geography, science, citizenship and filmstudies. Learners are encouraged to investigate, debate and evaluate climate change.
11 lesson ideas with films and PowerPoint and teachers' notes starting from developing an understanding about energy, identifying what the school and children can do and linking this to climate change. For KS1 and 2 but it's not all suitable for KS1.
The British Council have produced an educational resource for KS3/4 which also helps in developing international school links.
Activities, information and lesson plans on the nine topics covered by Eco Schools. This micro-site is available for school staff but requires registration.
This is a fairly detailed description of a project in Scotland where children were involved in monitoring and reducing energy use across the school over a four year cycle.
This link takes you to a range of on-line resources for KS1, 2, 3 and 4. Developed with teachers they are accessible and easy to use.
These UK & African School Footprint Cards are a downloadable set of cards showing a breakdown of carbon emissions produced by a typical school in the UK and Africa. Click here. There are also figures for an "eco-school" in the UK and an African school with higher emissions.
Carbon Partners have also produced a 'What's the Carbon Footprint of...' set of cards to compare the emissions of everyday activities.
There are Climate Change materials included in the section on 'Going Green'.
The National Geographic have a number of excellent short videos on the issue of climate change suitable for KS2 and KS3 Science and Geography.
NASA have a section on their website called Climate Kids which has various resources including videos, games and craft resources to do with climate change and the issues around it. The resources are suitable for KS2 and KS3 Science, Geography, Art and DT.