Popular curriculum-linked resources focused on the weather and climate have been updated covering all key stages.

The Royal Meteorological Society has relaunched its educational website - MetLink with new and updated resources.

The resources are aimed at primary and secondary school teachers and students and they include schemes of work, lesson resources, ideas for experiments, and demonstrations and fieldwork. There is also support for teacher CPD.

The relaunch comes in a year when the UK will host COP26 – the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties – in Glasgow in November.

The Royal Meteorological Society says that every student should leave school with the basic climate literacy that “enables them to engage with the messages put forward by media and politicians” and to make “informed decisions about their own opportunities and responsibilities”.

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