Learning resources

Browse our selection of curriculum linked lesson plans and resources for geography and science classrooms, from worksheets and photos to fact sheets and discussion topics.

Lesson plan: Using the ocean's resources responsibly
Description: A lesson for learners aged 10+ in Geography, focusing on how people use, modify and change the ocean ecosystem to obtain food, as well as examining some of the key aspects of sustainability for our oceans.

Date of Issue: 15 November 2018
MSC - Consequences tree
Description: The consequences tree is a great tool to get learners thinking about an issue from a variety of perspectives, and with a focus on sustainability.

Date of Issue: 01 December 2017
MSC - Key questions
Description: Use these discussion points about the film "My dad the fisherman" for class debate, research, extended writing or reflection time?

Date of Issue: 01 December 2017
Fishery Factsheet: Atlantic Herring
Description: Use this handy background factsheet along with the lessons, My Dad the Fisherman film and Shorthand story activities. It takes a closer look at herring, featured in the film, including its habitat, sustainable fishing, food web, and how we eat herring.

Language: English
Date of Issue: 18 December 2018

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Foodweb drawing with an orca, seal, large fish, small fish and squid

Film and clips

Why not introduce ocean sustainability with our award winning film or a short film clip, created with young people and their teachers in mind?

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Spinning globe with cartoon fish swimming around the top

Games and activities

Check out our games and activities for classrooms, including group activities and experiments that compliment our other learning and film resources.

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Illustration of pink fish underwater

For children

Activities, downloads and games for young children.

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School of fish illustration

Teach and learn (home)

Use our curriculum-relevant teaching and learning resources to discover how we can help keep our oceans healthy for generations to come.

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