EP ‘Climate Action Project’ Resources: Teacher Guide

We are excited to have partnered with Climate Action Project to support an amazing campaign and cause: assisting 10 million students in over 100 countries to learn about climate change and take action. This is a wonderful opportunity for students to consider the significance of climate change, the causes, the impacts and how they make real change.

To register for this event, click here.


Start Date: Monday 28th of September, 2020 

End Date: Sunday, 15th November, 2020 

Who: Students aged 6 to 18

EP is providing free access to a range of our lessons and resources for the duration of the 6 week climate action project.

EP has collected together a range of resources and lessons from our Science and Social Sciences content which teaches students about Climate Change, including; causes, effects, actions we can take.

Any teacher who signs up to the Climate Action Project will be sent resources, lesson plans and links to webinars each week for 6 weeks by Climate Action Project. Teachers can opt in to receive EP access, the additional resources and access provided for free by EP is designed to supplement CAPs resources. Teachers can choose to use these EP resources to add further information and engaging lessons to the resources supplied by CAP.

Launch Webinar

EP, Pivot and Climate Action Project will be hosting a launch webinar showing the EP resources available and how to use them on Tuesday 15th September (5pm AEST, 7pm NZST, 7am GMT). Even if you can’t make it you can register and will be sent a recording of the launch. Register here.


In order to use the EP Climate Action Project resources, students need an EP account.

Click here for a guide on how to get your classes set up if they are not already on EP. 

Assigning lessons

Once classes are set up. Teachers will need to assign the specific Climate Action Project lessons to students and classes.

The Climate Action Project lessons will be available in the ‘Cross-Curricular’ section of the Content Library for the duration of the project. Here is a link to finding the content in the Content Library and a link to an information page about how to assign a task.

Student Progress in Lessons

Once students have been assigned a lesson from the Climate Action Project resources and completed it, the teacher can then access a range of data on student completion and progress. Click here for a guide on how to access the lesson data.

Other Subject Areas

In your exploration of the EP Content Library you will likely notice many other subject areas including Science, Social Sciences/Humanities, Languages, English and Maths. You are always welcome to reach out and discuss any of the other content, what curricula we cover and subscription options with one of our staff members. You can reach out by emailing support@educationperfect.com.

If you have any questions or need help with any aspect of the resources, please don't hesitate to get in touch with your EP consultant or email support@educationperfect.com.

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