Several new completed projects have been added to this section that can inspire you with ideas for your own. You can now also leave comments or ask questions about a project so be sure to check this section regularly to see what’s been happening and how projects turned out. See all the completed projects here.
If you are interested in making a bigger contribution, then the Jane Goodall Institute has some exciting new volunteer opportunities that could be ideal for you! See below for full role descriptions of the placements, which are all based in east Africa but run for differing lengths of time. Curriculum Guide Development Volunteer – Uganda […]
This activity looks at the amount of waste we generate and where we can decrease this to save energy.
During the Little Ice Age winters in Europe were much colder than they are today, which had a profound effect on how people lived. This activity looks at what life was life back then.
This activity is about looking at what sort of animals live in cold, icy conditions, and what special adaptations or features they have that allow them to do so. The main things that students should take away from this activity are the differences between these animals and the ones that are native to their own […]
This activity is about identifying the difficulties wildlife can face during cold weather, and how we can help them through these tricky times. The main thing that you should take away from this activity is that it is relatively easy to have a beneficial impact on local wildlife when they need a bit of help, so […]
This activity looks at the food we eat and where it comes from. What can you do to reduce your food miles (and hence energy)?
Rosemellin Primary School, Camborne. Project run by Agent Norris and her year 5 class a.k.a. the “Rosemellin Woodland Rangers”. Other people involved: The National Trust Cornwall Wildlife Trust Cornwall Environmental Consultants Agent Lambert, Project Coordinator, Camborne Science & Community College Aims: To design and develop a woodland ecological site on the school premises using the […]
Here is a set of notes explaining how Roots & Shoots: Mission Possible works, and how you can take part. Download the Teachers’ Notes
Here is a tree poster to print out and put on the wall (A3 size is best). You can then download and print out some leaves for writing on and sticking on your poster Download the Poster