Useful resources for schools about climate change and other environmental issues

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Transform Our World website

Transform Our World

New resource hub for teachers to bring environmental action into the classroom. Free, practical, curriculum linked resources with educational activities, lesson plans and discussions of the UN SDGs. For early years, primary school and secondary school age groups.

SEEd website

SEEd (Sustainability and Environmental Education)

“THE hub for bringing together, sharing and enhancing best practice in sustainability and environmental education.” Resources on a range of topics such as: climate change; nature and biodiversity; habitats and homes; and equality and justice. For early years, primary school and secondary school age groups.

Oxfam website

Oxfam Climate Challenge

Oxfam's Climate Challenge uses “engaging tools and activities to explore the causes and human impact of climate change, and consider what action can be taken in response.” Available for 7-11 years and 11-14 years.

WWF website


Free curriculum linked resources, designed to help pupils explore environmental issues in an engaging and motivating way. Classroom resources, activities and presentations across a wide range of environmental topics and themes. For early years, primary school and secondary school age groups.

Campaign Against Climate Change website

Campaign Against Climate Change

List of resources for climate change education, including Teach the Future, NASA and the Science Museum. Categorised into primary school, secondary school and whole school approaches.

Eco Schools website

Eco Schools

For over 25 years Eco-Schools has been empowering children to drive change and improve their environmental awareness through the simple Seven-Step framework in order to achieve the international Eco-Schools Green Flag. For early years, primary school and secondary schools.

Let's Go Zero website

Let's Go Zero

National campaign bringing together UK schools who want to be zero carbon, are reducing their own climate impact, and demanding greater UK government support to achieve this goal.

Greenpeace website


Greenpeace provide a range of environmental education resources for primary and secondary schools.

One UN Climate Change Learning Partnership website

One UN Climate Change Learning Partnership

Quality learning resources designed to help people, governments and businesses understand, adapt, and build resilience to climate change. These resources are more suitable for adults.

Leeds DEC lessons and resources

Leeds DEC

Curriculum frameworks, learning outcomes and lessons to support teaching and learning about the climate crisis. Uses the UN's Sustainable Development Goal for Climate Action as a starting point to develop a set of Big Ideas. Covers KS1 to KS4.

ThoughtBox free resources


Free resources from the Think & Thrive curriculum for teachers and young people to make sense of global issues as they happen.