Sea Shepherd UK is excited to launch our new Education Site, showcasing a growing library of both teacher resources and student self-led activities. From UK-wide competitions to informative student-friendly videos, Sea Shepherd UK’s Education Site aims to broaden the message of marine conservation and protection within the UK’s education framework.
Created by Sea Shepherd UK’s own volunteer team made up of teachers and experienced Sea Shepherd activists - Sea Shepherd UK’s Education Site is designed to complement the UK school curriculum for all key stages. Our teacher resources link to both the national curriculum and exam boards to ensure that information is relevant for the classroom while our student activities offer a wide array of self-led tasks for pupils to learn about the vast marine ecosystem and Sea Shepherd campaigns in a child-friendly manner.
The education site also can be used to book a speaker for in-person or remote talks or debates to discuss Sea Shepherd’s campaigns or marine conservation issues relevant to individual Key Stages. From GCSE Biology or Geography to Key Stage 1 information of the food chain and marine pollution, our speakers will work with you to develop talks and activities to fit your curriculum and audience.
Are you a teacher and interested in sharing your passion for marine conservation?
Arm yourself with first-hand information about environmental issues and marine conservation using Sea Shepherd UK’s ever-growing resource bank on our Education Site at: https://education.seashepherd.org.uk/
Keep up to date by signing up to our quarterly Education Newsletter so you will be notified of new resources, competitions and student-friendly news related to marine conservation and protection.
Sea Shepherd UK Education Project coordinator