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World Environment Day
Environmental issues are incredibly important in today's society, and schools are tackling and exploring these issues with young people in a variety of ways. All children throughout the UK are encouraged to take responsibility for the future of the environment, thinking about the impact they can have on their surroundings and the world as a whole.This teaching resource aims to develop primary-level learners' understanding of local and global environmental issues. Themes such as biodiversity, sustaining our world and litter are explored through the use of filmmaking and four key films - WALL-E, FernGully, Arctic Tale and Watership Down. The resource contains film clips, cross-curricular activities with accompanying sheets and curriculum links for your planning.
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