There are so many amazing websites out there (and some not so good!) that we have decided to do a post each week to round up the best ones to support both mental health and primary science. We would love your contributions to this so please get in touch to let us know if you have discovered a rose amongst the thorns. Here’s a few to get you started;
Free teacher toolkit https://generation.earthshotprize.org/ Here’s what they say ‘’We’ve pulled together a toolkit with instructions and worksheets to help students learn how to solve environmental problems creatively. Created for educators of students aged 10+ who would like to come up with ideas to repair our planet, for use in schools and other educational settings, all over the world’’
Wildlife watch – resources for teachers https://www.wildlifewatch.org.uk/natures-climate-heroes supports children understand more about climate change.
Design a world changing gadget competition using STEM skills – https://www.engineer-a-better-world.org/get-involved/become-a-super-realo-and-join-the-stem-squad/
Action for Happiness – a charity to improve the happiness of life. Check out the inspirational online talks from wellbeing gurus across the world. Take a little time for yourself! You can view of the previous talks as well, from the Dali Lama to the creator of Positive Intelligence Shirzad Chamine. https://www.actionforhappiness.org/events