The Natural World and Living Things
Even birds and animals have much they could teach you; ask the creatures of earth and sea for their wisdom. All of them know that the LORD's hand made them. It is God who directs the lives of his creatures; everyone's life is in his powerJob 12 7-10
This learning journey draws mainly from two statements of what matters: ‘Our natural world is diverse and dynamic, influenced by processes and human actions’ and ‘Informed, self-aware citizens engage with the challenges and opportunities that face humanity, and are able to take considered and ethical action’. There are connections with other statements of what matters and with other Areas that can also be explored through this sub lens.
Sub lens guidance
This section gives examples of ways in which a pluralistic learning journey might be developed. The journey could start at any stage and should not be restricted to the examples given. Questions are encouraged to allow learner influenced development.
Each example relates to a specific phase of development but should be adapted to suit learners.