Sky Ocean Rescue is encouraging schools across the UK to use the Ocean Rescue topic as a springboard for creativity, learning and skill development. We’ve provided a number of engaging activity ideas and printable resources that you can use flexibly to bring the topic to life.
You can download all resources here, or individually below
Engaging activity ideas around the Sky Ocean Rescue topic that you can use flexibly to bring the topic to life. Download this resource here
The assembly presentation has been designed to introduce the Sky Ocean Rescue topic within your school. If you don’t want to use it for a whole-school assembly, it can be shown in class to kick off discussion and activities around the topic. Download this resource here
We've provided a sheet with facts about the issue of plastics in our oceans, as well as what Sky and other organisations and businesses are doing about it. Download this resource here
This activity encourages students to think about ways to encourage people to change the way they feel about Ocean health and the use of single-use plastics. Download this resource here
This sheet contains comprehension questions to ensure students have learnt and understood the topics covered in class. Download this resource here
This certificate gives students the opportunity to share one thing they promise to do to cut down single-use plastics. Pledge Certificates can be displayed in school or sent home with the materials for parents. Download this resource here
A fantastic A4 printable class poster showing 5 ways to pass on plastic. Download this resource here
An A4 printable class poster encouraging students to say no to single use plastics. Download this resource here
An A4 printable parent poster encouraging families to say no to single use plastics. Download this resource here
Informative leaflet to give students to take home to their parents. Contains useful information on why our oceans need rescuing and ways that families can work together to reduce their consumption of single-use plastics. Download this resource here
Sky Ocean Rescue Pass On Plastic Competition
Sky is challenging young people aged 11-16 to express their voice. Using their creativity and communication skills to write a blog to shine a spotlight on the issues affecting ocean health. To win a free VIP trip for the winner’s class to the Sky Academy Studios in London all students have to do is write a blog entry up to 600 words, to let readers know about the issue of ocean plastic and what they can do about it! Plus special guest Emily Penn will bring the winner’s blog to life through an in-depth TV news report produced in state-of-the-art studios.