Mysteries involve pupils putting together clues written on separate pieces of paper to answer a question. Excellent for developing literacy, thinking and problem-solving skills, they are also very good for exploring global interconnectedness.
Age: KS2.Download (EN)
In this Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) & Size of Wales Projects activity your pupils will look at the work of Size of Wales in various countries around the world and consider which of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals are met by each project. You may choose just to use one of the projects or more from the countries below.Download (EN)
The area is on the slopes of Mount Elgon, an extinct volcano, on the border between Uganda and Kenya. The 6 districts together cover an area of over 180,000 hectares. The total population of this region is around 1.26 million. Uganda’s forests are home to at least 7.5% of the world’s known mammal species and over 1,000 different bird species.
There are about 5,000 Ogiek people in an area of 178,000 hectares of forest and moorland on Mount Chepkitale, which is part of the Mount Elgon mountain in the north west side of Kenya, near Uganda. It’s an important area for wildlife and plants as well as for the Ogiek people.
The tropical forests based in the North-eastern Congo are home to huge numbers of animals and plants including the Grauer’s gorilla, Bosman’s potto and the Congolese peacock. These vast forests are also home to about 40 million people.Download (EN)
There are about 15,000 Wampis living in the Amazon rainforest in Peru in an area of 1.3 million hectares (Wales is 2 million hectares!). The forest is very important to how the Wampi feel, as they believe all living things have guardians who live in sacred parts of the forest.