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02 November 2021

Did you know that peregrine falcons are the fastest animal in the world? They can fly at speeds of over 200 miles per hour. You can see these amazing protected birds at Seal Sands nature reserve.

Has COP26 got you thinking about climate change and biodiversity?

Protecting our local wildlife is our BRAND NEW online resource for primary teachers. Developed with and for local KS 1 and 2 teachers, it’s a one-stop-shop for teaching Living Things and Their Habitats. Full of curriculum knowledge, local information and practical ideas for positive action.

“I think it really hits the nail on the head!” Teacher

“A valuable resource for discussion and teaching about wildlife and habitats in the local area”. Teacher

Special thanks go to teachers at Oakdene and Newport Primary schools for their invaluable advice and support in creating this resource.

Take a look at this FREE resource for ways to thread thinking about a sustainable world naturally into science teaching.

Why not book a place on our FREE online twilight CPD: ‘Wild ideas for change on Tuesday 7th Dec 3.45 – 4.45 for more inspiring ideas.

You may also like The Lost Words – the exhibition of the amazing book – at Kirkleatham Museum from November and Bottled Ocean – a fantastic immersive exhibition made from single use plastic bottles – at the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum throughout 2022.