Having investigated renewable energy solutions pupils build circuits using solar cells, then decide how best to use limited solar power in a village in Zimbabwe.
How can you get tomatoes down a mountainside without squashing them? Pupils look at this problem faced by farmers in Nepal then design, build and test a model of their own solution.
This hands on STEM challenge set in Kenya enables pupils to investigate ways of making dirty water cleaner through sieving and filtering and build their own water filter.
After investigating infectious diseases pupils use their STEM skills to design and build a model of a hand-washing station and produce linked education materials for children in Kenya.
How do you grow food when your land floods? On a floating garden of course. Pupils design, build and test the strongest floating garden they can then compare with the solution in Bangladesh.
After looking at structures, then testing a variety of material for absorbency and strength pupils build their own model of a flood -proof house then test it by squirting with a hose pipe.
In this hands-on STEM challenge pupils first look at different renewable energy solutions around the world then design a simple wind turbine of their own.
Focused around a 3 meter long timeline (free on request). Pupils research an invention in the last 100 years they are interested in then design a sustainable product for their future.
Pupils investigate the properties of plastics, look at how plastics are used in Nepal then design and make a product of their own by reusing or recycling plastic.
These useful documents will indicate where our materials fit the curriculum in England, Wales, Scotland and N. Ireland. Hugely useful for planning.