Three Curriculum Link Examples

  • English– write a non-chronological report about an animal or plant that is an endangered species.
  • Maths – complete a pictogram of the different types of insects children find in the school grounds/ local park or outside space at home.
  • Science – children could identify and name a variety of plants or animals around their school grounds or local area.

Visit our Biodiversity Pinterest  for quick activities and ideas.


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School Examples

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Woodfield Primary School

The wildlife area in the school grounds at Woodfield Primary supports and enhances our curriculum throughout the year. We use the area as an alternative teaching space which contributes towards a healthy lifestyle for all those involved. The children love to use the area as it gives them the opportunity to learn outside the classroom, engage with/understand nature and it also supports their mental health and well being. Our greenhouse, which was built by parent volunteers with plastic bottles supplied by the children, is used to grow plants for the wildlife area. This has helped to bring our community together and given all involved a sense of pride, belonging and investment.


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