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A Weather webpage For Teachers
The Met Office Education Website is part of www.metoffice.gov.uk These Resources support the National Curriculum These items are designed for the teacher to use in the classroom or as background reference material. The lesson plans cover elements of the Geography, Science and Maths curriculum.
MetLink is the flagship weather and climate education portal of the Royal Meteorological Society.
Teachers and students can find lesson plans, careers information, experiments and demonstrations, fieldwork ideas, resources for science and weather clubs, book reviews, weather station projects and links to recommended weather and climate resources on other websites. You can also find information about how to borrow weather instruments, how to book a “Meteorology Ambassador” to come and talk to your class or how to join our teachers’ contact list.
Flight Lesson Plans
Help your students fly high in the sky with our great range of air and flight related lesson plans, teaching ideas, activities and free resources. Learn about Bernoulli’s principle, how the aerofoil works and the forces involved in flying. The ideas include activities using balloons, paper airplanes, kites, gliders, helicopters and more. Students will enjoy their hands on, while they learn about interesting flight related principles and science facts.
The Science Learning Hub
Is a national project designed to support the effective teaching of science in New Zealand schools. It is funded by the New Zealand government through the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE).