Involve Pupils/Teach Energy

 

There are many aspects of measuring energy use and implementing energy saving measures that provide opportunities to involve students in the process. By using the logbooks and Wall Chart from the Energy in Education pack (see below to download) students can be involved in recording energy use and looking at where energy is being used in the school. Pupils can also play an active role in energy awareness and take the lead in promoting energy efficient behaviour among the school community.

Resources for primary schools

SEAI has a range of resources available free of charge to primary schools including books, lesson plans, posters and worksheets. Click here for a full list of resources available or order by e-mail schools@seai.ie

Exploring our Energy is a new resource designed to help children learn about energy through the primary Science curriculum. The resources are differentiated into four levels and consist of lessons, accompanying interactive whiteboard (IWB) resources and photocopiable masters (PCMs or worksheets). This resource includes specific lessons to facilitate schools working on improving their energy management practices in involving children in the process; look for lessons with this symbol e icon

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Resources for post primary schools

SEAI have a range of resources across subject areas including Geography, Science, CSPE and Architectural Technology. Click here for lesson plans and information on where energy fits into the curriculum.

SEAI’s one good idea project

The One Good Idea project is open to all post primary school. Participating students research and run an energy awareness campaign in their school to promote energy efficiency and combat climate change. For more information, project ideas and resources for students log on to www.seai.ie/onegoodidea.

 

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