Love it for Longer: A 5 round Sustainability Adventure. During the summer of 2021 there has been an exciting exhibition revealing how we can all become more sustainable. We are so proud of the steps we have already taken to reach our sustainability goals and look forward to sharing our achievements.Whether you are planning to visit the zoo or creating a project at school, we’ve created these activities to help your pupils learn about sustainability.
The tasks incorporate areas of the national curriculum such as English, Maths, Science and Art. We’ve given plenty of ideas to help you to make this project your own. We have suggested a running order and links to help you adjust the programme to your pupils’ needs.
The programme is divided into four main parts and a final challenge. See below for more information and to download the packs.
Alongside this we have created a Love it for Longer virtual workshop to complement this programme and we have designed this interactive session to fit in at any stage of the programme. We also have our 25 minute Ask Chester Zoo workshops that are perfect to give your pupils the opportunity to ask us directly any questions that may arise during the course of your Love it for Longer project.
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The sustainability journey begins!
Let's find out how we can be more sustainable and tell the world!
Using art and design inspire others to, "Love it for Longer!"
These activities use Science and Mathematics to help your pupils to look at waste in a more analytical way.
Can you carry on working to be more sustainable over the next 12 months?
Round 1: Going in Circles!
Discover what we mean by, “Love it for Longer” We are so proud of the steps we have already taken to reach our sustainability goals here at Chester Zoo. Once you have discovered what we do, we hope you’ll be inspired to begin your own sustainability journey.
Round 2: Love to Communicate
This round gives you a chance to develop your pupil’s’ literacy skills as they learn more about sustainability. Can they share their new knowledge? Let’s find out how we can be more sustainable and tell the world!
Round 3: Get creative
Using art and design we hope to inspire everyone to, “Love it for Longer” You will also find our tasty recipes from our chefs to help us all avoid food waste along with some practical guides to help to feed your pupil’s creativity!
Round 4: Using Science as a way to be more sustainable
These activities use Science and Mathematics to help your pupils to look at waste in a more analytical way. From helping us to organise data to planning an experiment, your pupils can develop their science skills and develop their vocabulary.