For the last few months I've been working with Tui on some education resources.
This has involved some work at KS2 and KS3 level, but my focus has been on the KS2 materials.
These have now been made available as an updated suite of resources for KS2 pupils, which involves 6 fully resourced sessions.
There is an accent on sustainability, which connects with the company's approach of promoting sustainable tourism.
An e-mail is required to download the resource pack, which you should know runs to 274Mb as it includes a range of assets including videos and multimedia, as well as teacher resources to print off. These are fun, and well packaged materials, with nods to social media use, and themes which will be familiar to many young people.
The lessons introduce students to a fictional island first, before exploring plastic in the oceans, coral reefs, and the impact of tourism on local communities and people.
Say hello to the Better World Detectives, and you may find a use for some of these resources within your KS2 curriculum. There are also ideas that are transferrable upwards into KS3.
I worked on these with Emma Espley and Daniel Smith, along with designer Lisa Jo Robinson, and Maddie Duggan, who led the project for TUI.