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Family Learning Energy Education Resources

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Resources for Family Learning available from the Centre for Sustainable Energy

“These resources provide materials for Family Learning tutors to teach sustainable energy issues to adults with children from nursery age to Key Stage 3.

Adults and children will be able to develop together their knowledge and understanding of energy use and its link to environmental issues. They will be encouraged to make decisions about individual and collective actions that will improve the quality of life now without damaging the planet for the future.

The resources support the delivery of the Open College Network module, Energy in the Home. The module consists of three units, each accredited at level 1 and 2:

Unit 1: Energy Use and the Environment
Unit 2: Save Money and Reduce Pollution
Unit 3: Renewable Energy.
Activities provide opportunities for learners to use basic literacy and numeracy skills, and address Education for Sustainable Development through a number of subjects in the school curriculum.

Our Family Learning resources cover ten sessions and include:

tutor notes
session outlines
activity sheets.”

To access the resources http://www.cse.org.uk/cgi-bin/page.cgi?200.

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