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Learn and revise about the Holocaust, the genocide that came close to wiping out the entire Jewish population of Europe.
Understand how the skeleton allows movement, provides support, protection and makes blood cells.
What are greenhouse gases and why do we need to reduce the amount in the atmosphere?
Inspiring children and teenagers to live a greener life and encourage others to look after the planet.
Using the natural world as inspiration for creative writing.
Try out practical experiments and build a sustainable habitat in this KS3 science game.
Create your character and start your French adventure at FestiLingo.
If you’re having a hard time managing your feelings, we've provided some advice about when to seek help.
You're not alone. It's been a major challenge for young people in the last year. Here are some things that can help.
What goes into making shows like The Green Planet? Take a look behind the scenes of BBC Studios' Natural History Unit.
Meet the young people who are making our lives cleaner and greener.
Find out about the energy and resources we use every day, and how we can live more sustainably.
To mark Holocaust Memorial Day, a survivor of the genocide in Rwanda tells us why she chose to focus on forgiveness.
The Repair Shop star is learning to read at the age of 51.
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