Simple, engaging and fun activities to help your pupils understand Climate Change and to make sure their voices heard by our leaders.
Peace and Goodwill Message Theme 2022: The Climate Emergency
The Urdd’s centenary message of Peace and Goodwill focuses on the climate emergency. It is a call to action by the children and young people of Wales to the young people of the world, to use the importance and power of their voice to urge governments and large corporations to take urgent action to save our planet. It’s time to wake up!
Register here to receive our Climate Emergency Education Pack, produced in association with the Urdd and WCIA.
History and Science of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change – by Succession
BBC Bitesize KS2 Sustainability (Wales) – a collection of lessons for pupils aged 7 to 11, focusing on a variety of topics including pollution, the environment and wildlife
Design a postcard to send to our leaders
Could you draw the Wales you want to see? Maybe it is a Wales supplied with green energy; perhaps it is a Wales bustling with green jobs; perhaps a Wales free of plastic pollution, covered in trees or full of wildlife. Whatever your vision for a greener fairer Wales of the future, we would love to see it.
Send your designs with your messages for our leaders to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll display the best designs on our website.
How dare you?
If you had 26 seconds to make the world listen, what would you say?
Write a 26-second speech telling our leaders the action you want to see on climate. Add your messages on the website or email the soundbites to email@example.com.Add your class
Resources from partners
Climate Timeline and Climate Timeline Teacher notes, Size of Wales
Free online MockCOPs for students in Wales, Size of Wales & Welsh Centre for International Affairs
Eyes of the world campaign for primary schools, CAFOD – what happened at COP26?
Let’s Go Zero is the national campaign uniting teachers, pupils, parents and their schools as they all work together to be zero carbon by 2030.