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KS4 Education: Children Aged 14-16

KS4 Education: Children Aged 14-16

Look no further if you’re planning the perfect educational school-trip for your pupils. Our KS4 classroom session is designed for children aged between 14 and 16 – and it gives you all the tools you need to learn about all things shark.

Learn More About Sharks

Sharks have inhabited Earth’s oceans for 400 million years, but today they’re under serious threat around the globe. You may think of sharks as ferocious fish that have nothing in their way – that’s true to some extent, but even these apex predators are not immune to human behaviour or climate change.

Like many species, sharks face a looming threat: a changing climate. As greenhouse gases cause global temperatures to rise, sharks are forced to adapt to much warmer and much more acidic oceans. Unfortunately, that puts shark populations at risk because their slow rate of evolution means they’re struggling to catch up with acute climate change.

In our KS4 classroom sessions, children will discuss how disasters can affect shark populations, and will examine the threats to shark species and their ecosystems. Through this, they’ll gain an understanding of the impacts that these changing ecosystems can have on sharks, the environment, and us humans.

The Session Includes…

Not to mention there will also be an opportunity for your pupils to closely examine some shark teeth and jaws, learn more about how they’re used, and compare the differences between different shark species.

Your pupils will leave the session with a better understanding of…

Click here to download a copy of the factfile.

Give your pupils a school trip that they will cherish. To find out more about the session and to book your trip, call us on 0151 357 8804. (Please note that a non-refundable £50 deposit will be required in order to secure your booking.)

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