Introducing our Climate Champions Campaign

It’s crucial we tackle the climate crisis together, so in this campaign we’re bringing the whole school together to make ‘Planet Pledges’. Pupils will create their pledges via digital paintings (5 - 7 years), stop-motion animations (7 - 9 years) and videos (9 - 11 years). These can also then be shared in your school’s very own Climate Champions Conference using the assembly resources we provide.


Age: 5-7 years

Curriculum Links:
English, Science, Art

Concepts & Approaches:
Inputs, Outputs, Tinkering

This activity sees pupils create a digital painting to highlight the importance of recycling in the fight against climate change.


Age: 7-9 years

Curriculum Links:
Science, Art

Concepts & Approaches:
Algorithms, Decomposition

This activity sees pupils create a stop motion animation to highlight the impact of plastics in the ocean as part of the climate crisis.


Age: 9-11 years

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Concepts & Approaches:
Tinkering, Collaborating, Decomposition, Search Technologies, Evaluation

This activity sees pupils plan, film and edit a video about the climate crisis. Their video is made up of images, video, text, audio and voice overs, and aims to persuade others to act in the fight against climate change.

Join us for Barefoot Live! 

Beam the Barefoot team directly into your classroom as we all learn together. These 3 Barefoot Live sessions will demonstrate how to use the apps and programs used in the Climate Champions lessons. Ideally your pupils will have access to the app or program used in the session to follow along individually or in pairs.

Barefoot Climate Champions Live KS 1 - Using
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Barefoot Climate Champions Live - LKS2 - Using Stop Motion Studio app
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Barefoot Climate Champions Live - UKS2 - Using Canva to create videos
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