1 November 2022
Future of Nature
Nature is all the plants and animals that make up our planet. It is greatly important. We are part of nature, and it gives us our home, our food, and our environment. Nature is constantly changing, be that across the seasons in a year or even just within a day!
Humans are also causing nature to change through things such as habitat destruction and species extinction.
Activity: Future of Nature
Try your hand at our food webs activity and work out how all the species are connected and how numbers of other species will change if one species is protected and its numbers go up, or if the species is declining or goes extinct.
Download the activity sheet here.
Tag us in your photos and videos of your fantastic food webs @YoungSTEMLeader #YoungSTEMLeaderWeek
Enter by 8pm for the chance to win a prize for your centre!
Our planet is covered by one huge interconnected ocean. It sustains life on Earth, and yet a huge amount of it is unexplored. Who are the scientists that are investigating what’s down there and working to protect it for future generations? Join Dynamic Earth to learn more about inspirational experts who are making waves in the field of ocean science, and join in with activities to discover the deep sea from the safety of dry land!
Live Interactive Events supported by
Future of Nature : What does a marine biologist do?
Tutor Assessor Meet Ups
We are so excited to be running our first ever in-person professional learning and networking events for Tutor Assessors.
Join us to hear from the SSERC team about YSLP opportunities, get involved with STEM Ambassador demos of kit your YSLs can borrow and use, and meet other Tutor Assessors to share ideas and inspiration on how to make YSLP a success in your centre.
Places are free to book and will include some refreshments.
Tuesday 1st November event: