Our courses have been created using the National Geographic Learning Framework. They are designed to teach students about our Earth whilst learning important English language skills using a method known as Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL).
Each course follows a selection of The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals including climate change, responsible consumption and production, life on land and life below water.
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Exploring the threats of plastic pollution in our oceans and what we can do to stop it.
- Trash Hero Story
- Climate Zones & Global Oceans
- About Plastic Types
- Youth Led Initiatives
Exploring deforestation, the effect it has on our earth and global reforestation efforts.
- Global Forests
- About Palm Oil
- Questioning Methods
- Global reforestation projects
Exploring why animals become endangered, the wildlife trade in the African grasslands and wildlife conservation projects.
- Understanding Perspectives
- Extinction and the conservation status
- Conservationists and conservation projects
Exploring the polar regions, the effect of melting icecaps on the wildlife that live there and how people document and research it.
- Design and Innovation
- Polar Geography
- Scientific research projects
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Reinhart and Edwards Dad