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Primary school climate change resource

At the opposite ends of the earth, lie the coldest places on our planet. Bitterly cold winds whip across a landscape where temperatures fall far below freezing.

Over millions of years, species have evolved to survive in these extreme conditions. Yet the polar regions are under threat. Our fantastic new FREE downloadable Ends of the Earth resource pack and photocards provide a range of exciting curriculum linked activities for pupils aged 4-11. The resources help children to explore the poles, getting a sense of the beautiful - but challenging - environment. 

Explore the poles

This engaging primary school classroom resource will enable your pupils to meet the polar bears of the Arctic and the penguins of the Antarctic, finding out how they’ve evolved to survive in these extreme conditions.

Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) diving off iceberg, Antarctica, January

Download your free classroom activities

Our Ends of the Earth classroom resources helps children to explore the poles – the opposite ends of the earth - and the coldest places on our planet. They're aimed at teachers of 4–11 year olds and are designed to help them introduce pupils to the polar regions and understand the threats that they face.

Primary School Classroom Resources

Species Posters and Fact Sheets Resources

Download our new species posters for young people and get up close and personal with polar bears of the Arctic and the penguins of the Antarctic. Find out how they’ve evolved to survive in these extreme conditions. You can also learn about some of the threats facing the precious polar regions, what can be done to protect them, and how every one of us can play a part in preserving them for future generations.

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