Climate change is an important part of the national curriculum, with the fundamental concepts taught at primary school, before progressing to the causes and consequences at secondary school.
For instance, in primary school science, pupils are taught to observe changes across the seasons, including the weather, and they look at how environments can change as a result of human activities. In secondary school science, pupils are taught about biodiversity, ecosystems, the atmosphere and the carbon cycle, as well as about the production of carbon dioxide by human activity and the effect this has on the climate. #
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