- Wildlife Watch – a variety of spotter / identification sheets
- Click on the icons below to download identification sheets and other resources to support curriculum work on habitats.
- Interactive map of Sussex marine environment
- Information on local marine species
- Ocean Sustainability – teaching and learning resources for 10-15 year olds about ocean sustainability from Marine Stewardship Council
- Sources and impact of marine litter – Poignant animation showing the source and effect of marine litter
Biodiversity Citizen Science
- The Buzz Club – join in biodiversity and gardening projects with the University of Sussex
- What’s under your feet? – March, June, October. Citizen Science project for schools researching relationship between climate, number of invertebrates and bird populations. Teaching resources available.
- The Habitats & Species of Brighton & Hove
PowerPoint presentations and teachers notes showcasing our local biodiversity. Find out ‘What’s so special about the habitats and species of Brighton & Hove?’ with these downloadable PowerPoints featuring beautiful images of local wildlife. These presentations are designed to support the teaching of the science curriculum and come with comprehensive teachers’ notes linking local wildlife with curriculum objectives. The first two PowerPoints are suitable for KS1, 2 and 3 and designed to be adapted by teachers to suit their curricular needs; the other two are shorter and designed for specific year groups: Y2 and Y5.
- Foodchains & Lifecycles – with teachers notes. Please read the teachers’ notes for your chosen PowerPoint, which are packed with supplementary information to support teachers to inspire pupils to value and protect our local species and habitats.
- Under the sea in Brighton & Hove – Find out about the amazing habitats of our local seas.
- Elm Trees – information on Brighton’s renowned Elm tree collection and the threat they face
- Windows on our World – find out about our local biodiversity in The Living Coast (Brighton & Lewes Downs Biosphere Reserve)
- Tree Tools for Schools – tree activity ideas, identification and resources from The Woodland Trust + information on Free Trees for Schools and planting guides.