Our approach is to develop the ability to be creative, problem-solving, critical thinkers. The big question is: can we learn to live sustainably with plastic?
We currently have two ways you can get involved :
NEW Ocean Discovery Days: STEM-based challenges for 11 –14 year olds (Key Stage 3) that can be run both in and outside the classroom, with 3 bespoke videos introduced by Sir David Attenborough. Watch the videos and download a sample worksheet below to get a taster of the full challenge.
Ready-to-run Lesson Plans for 5 to 16 year olds for STEM subjects and beyond. Written by teachers for teachers.
Discover intriguing facts and insights about Our Ocean, What is Plastic and the impact of Plastic Pollution on our environment by watching these three educational films. Created by Jo Ruxton (Producer of ‘A Plastic Ocean’ and Blue Planet) with intro messages by from Sir David Attenborough.
For Primary pupils, make use of STEM challenges that are accredited by the British Science Association. For Secondary, subject-specific lesson plans will get students engaged with plastic through Sciences, Design Technology, Geography, Maths and English
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If you think you can raise funds for us, through your school network, we would love your support. All money raised will allow us to further develop and scale our Ocean Academy. Having already engaged over 600,000 children in 11 countries we are now aiming to bring the Ocean into the classroom for a whole new generation of children.Fundraise For Us