Interesting Links

Celebrate clean air day!

Use these activities to celebrate Clean Air Day (19 June 2019) with your learners and help them learn more about the environment (World Environment Day is on 5 June 2019).  There are lesson plans for 5-7 year olds (Key Stage 1), 7-11 year olds (Key Stage 2) and 11-14 year olds (Key Stage 3).(Image taken from the web page)

Learning outside the classroom!

Let’s celebrate spring with some learning outside the classroom and some of these activities from  In the film by the Wild Network, ‘Project Wild Thing’, they explain the importance of children spending time outdoors.  These very basic activities can complement your curriculum classes and focus on content in a more engaging way. (Image taken from the web page)

Find street art in Spain!

This website (Street Art Collection) allows people to record street art in cities around the world.  Artists can also record their art on it for the public and other artists to see.  Why not discover all the street art in your region with your learners?  You could even encourage them to post new images of street art on the site! (Image taken from the

Join the Water Explorer Programme!

The Water Explorer programme encourages learners aged 8-14 from 11 countries to take bold and powerful action to save water through fun, interactive water saving Missions. The video on the homepage shows teachers explaining why the programme works so well for them.  What better way to celebrate World Water Day on 22 March! (Image taken from the