Farm animals - RSPCA Assured Farms
Examine the needs of farm animals and introduce pupils to the five freedoms.
Habitats - Caring for habitats
Introduce pupils to the effect that human actions can have on both animals and their environments.
Habitats - Ground rules
Develop a code of conduct before you study wild animals in their natural habitat.
Habitats - Pond frogs role-play
These activities look at how human activity in the environment can pose dangers to living things.
Habitats - The web of life
Look at simple food chains and encourage pupils to recognise the importance of each animal.
Habitats - Where do woodlice like to live?
This scientific investigation of animals in their habitats can be carried out over several lessons.
Habitats - Who goes where
Gathering evidence on different animal & plant habitats through investigation.
KS2 - What do birds eat?
A science investigation of birds and their natural environment.
Minibeasts - The compost heap
This lesson focuses on detritivores - minibeasts that recycle essential nutrients.
School grounds Part 1
Animals in our school grounds
The first in our School grounds scheme of work. Look for evidence of animals in school grounds & use this to identify different types of wildlife.
School Grounds Part 2
Animal-friendly school grounds
The second in our School grounds scheme of work. Think about what wildlife needs and how you can make your school grounds more wildlife-friendly.
School grounds Part 3
Priorities for improvement
The third in our School grounds scheme of work. Draw up plans to improve their school grounds and work out the costs to make these changes.
School grounds Part 4
Planning the project
The fourth in our School grounds scheme of work. Take a more active role in planning the school grounds project and getting other people involved.
School grounds Part 5
Maintenance and review
The fifth part in our School grounds scheme of work. Evaluate the school grounds project and draw up a plan for maintaining the developed area.