New free resource kit to support learning about pollution

April 2019

A new free resource kit for primary schools aims to help children learn about plastic pollution in our waterways and explore the concept of the circular economy. Aimed at KS2 children, the kit has been created by environmental charity, Hubbub, in association with Canary Wharf College and was inspired by the success of Hubbub’s Plastic Fishing campaign. It includes a teaching guide with lesson plans, a video and activity sheets to help raise awareness and educate children on the issue of plastic litter in our canals, rivers and oceans. 

The free-to-download Plastic Fishing Education Kit is full of ideas to engage children with activities, simple experiments with plastic waste and will show them how to develop an action plan to reduce waste and improve recycling at school.

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