Nature & Bio-diversity Resources

This topic is about Nature and Biodiversity

This topic looks at the links between biodiversity, ecosystems, conservation, and the impact of human activity on the natural world.

When approaching this subject with pupils, it is important to make the connections between biodiversity and loss, and human population growth and change. All ecosystems have changed and developed over time, but the sustainability issue in this case is the increasing demands we are placing on ecosystems. Understanding change is key – both biological change as well as societal change.

A useful way to engage young people with nature is to develop and encourage a sense of awe, fascination, and wonder for the natural world. You can find links below to some useful resources and tools to help with this topic.

Resource examples for Early Years:
Resource examples for Primary:
Resource examples for Secondary:

Many of our members offer support for educators through training, school visits, in-school support, speakers, funding or CPD. The ones most closely related to this topic are:

Galapagos Conservation Trust

John Muir Trust

Linklater Pavilion

Nature Workshops


Swallowtail Hill Farm

To join as a member and have your organisation listed above, please follow this link.