Geography 

Here’s an overview of what's available:

  • engaging contemporary issues such as tectonic hazards, globalisation and water security
  • popular and familiar themes such as changing landscapes and human development
  • an easy-to-navigate independent investigation.

Matt is a young American guy who decided a few years ago that he wanted to dance all over the world:-D Here is a video of him. With a partner, see if you can note TEN places he dances in. Watch out for some funny moments too. When you've watched the video, click the tick/check to open up the rest of the page.

Course description

All countries face a wide range of hazards, both natural and man-made, that have the potential to result in catastrophic damage.  Despite actions taken by local emergency management professionals, international trends show that the economic and social impact of disaster has increased around the world.  This is especially true in the developing world, where large-scale disasters can result in enormous loss of life as well as considerable economic damage.

  • Enrolled students: 2

5 fascinating facts about coral reefsCoral reefsare one of the world's most colorful and diverse ecosystems, and though they cover only about 1 percent of the ocean floor, they have a huge effect on the health of the rest of the world. Healthy coral reefsmean healthy oceans which means healthy planet.

We have so many bugs at Green School, and many of them are unique and exciting. In this course, you will document the bugs, learn more about their importance in the ecology of the area, and build a database for future Greenschooligans to explore. 

This is a Mystery course which makes heavy use of Conditional activities to gradually reveal the answer to the mystery (What are we learning today?) and move forward the learning. If you access this as a student you will only see one item and the others will reveal themselves as you go along. 

Let's learn about climate change and how our actions can create positive change!

Types of Birds

The aim of this course is to introduce the student to the many interesting and diverse bird species, and their physiology and habitats. You will learn a wide variety of bird facts, through a combination of tools such as reading, interacting with tutors, undertaking research and practical tasks, and observing birds.