Two Sheffield-based schools participate in a focus group on climate change in order to debate their thoughts on teaching the controversial topic.
Nicky Reckless and John Lyon from the Geographical Association host the session in an attempt to find the best way of teaching climate change and to discover what students actually want to learn.
Students from King Edward VII School want to find out whether there is a link between using an everyday electrical product and climate change, so the teachers brainstorm ideas and plan lessons with their students.
We then see the lesson come to life as the students use first-hand experiences to create a role play about Sheffield's recent flooding.
Website of the Action Plan for Geography, a two-year programme of support for school geography led jointly and equally by the Geographical Association and the Royal Geographical Society
A website which provides geographical reflections on current events and includes video and voice podcasts
Information on the two year Action Plan for Geography programme