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Research and analysis

An enquiry-based approach to learning about climatic change

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Ofsted good practice example showing how St Anne's Primary uses activities that are challenging but show what can be achieved.

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St Anne's CofE Primary School - good practice example.doc

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This case study highlights how St Anne’s CofE Primary School’s enquiry-based approach to learning, using practical demonstration, enables pupils to learn about the complexities of glacial movement and consider the impact of climate change on the Arctic icecap and the wider environment. The activities are challenging but show what can be achieved through stimulating enquiring minds with hands-on investigation.