Plastic Pollution Live Lesson
It’s been around for only 100 of the 6.5 billion years that our planet has existed. However, we are producing so much of it that a bin lorry worth of plastic waste enters our oceans every minute, and today it can be found up in the highest mountains, in the deepest oceans, in the air we breathe and even in the food we eat.
But how much do we know about its history, or how we got here, and how some people are trying to solve this problem?
Our Plastic Pollution live lesson includes a short, inspiring lesson for Early Years-P3 with children’s author Sarah Roberts courtesy of the Scottish Book Trust, a full morning for P4-P7 classes with science writer Isabel Thomas, and our own experts in KSB joined by the Marine Conservation Society, and a pre-recorded workshop for High Schools.
All Ages Assembly
An Assembly to wrap up our Plastic Pollution Live Lesson. Let's see what we remember, and answer some of your questions to our guests. Includes a showcase of pupils' work sent in throughout the week.