Air pollution and children
Children are some of the most vulnerable to dirty air. The health effects include: asthma, reduced lung capacity and can even impact their brain development.
It is simply unacceptable.
That’s why we're excited to relaunch our Clean Air Schools Pack.
The Pack, designed with teachers, transforms pupils (KS2) into budding scientists. It provides engaging lesson plans that take them on a journey to understand air pollution, its effects and what we can do about it.
Clean Air Schools Pack
We'll send you:
- 3 exciting lesson plans on air pollution, health impacts, and campaigning.
- Colourful materials for your school walls on plants that reduce air pollution – and stickers for the children.
- A fun and active school assembly on air pollution.
You’ll also receive two air monitoring tubes to test the quality of the schools' air. These enable students to understand how clean or dirty the school’s air is and in the process be part of our groundbreaking citizen science experiment.
97% of teachers and parents would recommend the pack
We've had wonderful feedback from parents and teachers who've used our Clean Air Schools Packs.
“I thought this was a great initiative and one that is appreciated by teachers and much supported by head teachers. It was great to have something that linked to mainstream media so readily.”
“Packs like these are so exciting for the children. More like this please.”
“I think this is a brilliant pack and leads to a lot of further learning, research and education."