Educational Resources

On this page are the personal websites of our teachers expedition by expedition.
The daily diaries (blogs) of the expeditions can be found on  'The Expeditions' pages expedition by expedition.
The Antarctic expedition 2007 was filmed by Teachers TV, and two half hour programmes on the Expedition with four 15 min teacher support programmes were broadcast daily during April 2008, during one week. Links to these are below, and are well worth viewing as they give plenty of information on Antarctica and the work of the Foundation.
Antarctic 2010       
Roussel Da Carvalho
Lyndsay Hilton      
Tim Miall                
Lisa Wood            
Greenland 2009
Danny Golding   
Helena Nunan    
Nicola Rowland 
Andy Stephenson
Antarctic 2007
Phil Avery          
Ruth Hollinger   
Ian Richardson  
Amy Rogers     
Teachers TV broadcast  see below (Sky 880, VirginTV 240, Tiscali 845 or Freeview 88)

Sub-Zero Teachers - Preparing for Antarctica
The episode follows our preparation for this once in a lifetime experience and includes includes fundraising and training sessions on Europe's largest ice-cap in Norway.

Sub-Zero Teachers - Surviving in Antarctica
In this programme, we come to terms with living in gruelling conditions of -65 degree temperatures and how we can complete our science projects in such a harsh environment.

A Future in the Balance

This programme is designed to encourage discussion in citizenship lessons. It is a pupil programme that explores the key political and environmental issues that continue to surround Antarctica.

Science Teachers in the Freezer
Why is the continent of Antarctica perfect for scientific research? Find out by watching two of our science experiments.

Geography Teachers in the Freezer
Using case studies from both Norway and Antartica, this pupil programme explores the geology of glaciers and reveals the many challenges of undertaking fieldwork in extreme climates.

Teachers in the Freezer

This programme demonstrates how humans are able to live in Antarctica. What is the climate like, and what does it take to live in the harshest conditions on the planet?

Some great programmes and teaching resources so get watching!

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