Science

Infuse excitement and curiosity into science education through real-world learning of interconnected systems. Students will gain real-world applications, engage in scientific inquiry, and explore the marvels of the natural world.

The Oyster Gardener

1hr 30mins

Learning about our local waterways

Inspire your students to learn about their local waterways and marine ecosystems, and how young people can play a role in conservation.

Regenerating Australia - The Importance Of Planting Native Plants (1)

2hrs 30mins

The importance of planting native plants

Engage students with native planting with an experiment to investigate water loss from different plants.

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2hrs 30mins

The land where I live: Flora and fauna explorations (5&6)

Engage your students by teaching them about the land on which their school or home is located.

Rachel's Farm

4hrs

Rachel's Farm (years 11 & 12)

Rachel’s Farm offers an exciting opportunity to engage students in learning about solutions to climate change, the importance of biodiversity, soil health, regenerative agriculture, farming, health and our food system - and the links between them all!

Seaweed In The Food Chain – Science – Year 8_option 2

1hr 30mins

Seaweed in the food chain (UK)

In this lesson, students will be immersed in, and connect with 2040, focusing on the topic of food chains and food webs. Students begin by completing a Flipped Classroom preparation activity to introduce the topics of food chains and food webs.

Energy And Sustainability – Science – Years 7&8

1hr 40mins

Energy and sustainability (UK)

In this lesson, students will be immersed in, and connect with 2040, focusing on the topic of sustainability and renewable energy. Students begin by exploring the concept of sustainability and work as a class to create a definition of sustainability. They then look at sustainable energy and work in groups to investigate different types of renewable energy and energy efficiency practices (year 8).

Renewable Energy – Science – Years 7&8

1hr 40mins

Renewable energy (UK)

In this lesson, students will be immersed in, and connect with 2040, focusing on the topic of renewable energy. Students begin by exploring what we mean by renewable and non-renewable resources, and investigate a range of resources, classifying them as either renewable or non-renewable based on their regeneration rates.

Solutions To Climate Change – Science – Year 10

1hr 35mins

Solutions to climate change (UK)

In this lesson, students will be immersed in, and connect with 2040, focusing on the topic of climate change. Students are introduced to this lesson by participating in a guided discussion around a clip from 2040. They then explore how actions for climate change can be categorised as either carbon reduction actions or carbon sequestration actions, before looking at examples of each from the 2040 documentary.

Exploring Climate Change – Science – Years 9&10

1hr 10mins

Exploring climate change

In this lesson, students will be immersed in, and connect with 2040, focusing on the topic of climate change.

A 2040 Vision For Your Community – Years 7-10

4hrs 50mins

A 2040 vision for your community (UK)

This teaching resource is designed to guide students through a project where they will consolidate and extend learning from any of the other lessons in the 2040 units. It works in support of the curriculum points explored in those units. Social Action Lessons will have students taking what they have learned in previous lessons and engaging others to join The Regeneration.