The Green o' Clock Challenge

Widcombe Infant School, Tuesday, 04 May 2021
10 Home learning KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5

What you did

This was a great activity to take part in over the Easter holidays, especially in the first week because the sun shone lots! This child worked with her sister to explore the baking forecast and shouldibake.com to explore when renewable energy generation was high. They then used this information to decide when they would do some baking!

Activity description

It's not just how much electricity you use that makes a difference to your carbon footprint.  When you use it has an impact too.  Try to activity to learn about how you can plan your electricty use to take advantage of renewable sources of electricity.

Energy Sparks supports Widcombe Infant School in partnership with Bath and NE Somerset Council, Schools Climate Network, Bath and West Community Energy, and Bath Hacked