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Saving our Living Planet Live Lesson

Register your class for a free live lesson to learn more about the threats facing our planet and what we can all do to help protect our natural world. For KS2 students.

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We apologise for the inconvenience

Due to the level of demand, we have temporarily paused all future bookings for our live lessons. Our booking calendar will be available again from the 25th January and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

The Living Planet Report is produced every two years by WWF and is a health-check for the planet, showing how the natural world is doing, what threats it faces and what this means for us humans. Our latest Living Planet Report tells us that wildlife populations globally have declined by 68% since 1970. We’ve created a special version of the report especially for young people that will help students learn more about the threats facing our planet and what we can all do to help protect our natural world.

  • Dates: Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (subject to availability)
  • Lesson duration: 40 Min (including Q&A)
  • Venue: Virtually; using Zoom or Microsoft Teams
  • Cost: FREE

Saving our Planet: Learning Objectives

  • Understand what is meant by biodiversity and the Living Planet Index;
  • Understand the current threats effecting our planet’s biodiversity; and
  • Understand ways individuals and schools can act to protect our planet and 'bend the curve' on biodiversity loss.

Curriculum links Key Stage 2 / Second Level:

  • England: Science: Living things and their habitats; Animals including humansGeography: Human and Physical geography
  • Scotland: Sciences: Planet Earth; Biodiversity and interdependence; Topical ScienceSocial Studies: People, place and environment
  • Northern Ireland: The World Around Us: Interdependence; Place; Change over time
  • Wales: Geography: Locating places, environments and patterns; Understanding places, environments and processes / Science: Interdependence of organisms

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