Coastal Biodiversity

In Coastal Biodiversity explore the interconnectivity of living things existing in a coastal ecosystem through this lesson designed to get your pupils up and moving.

Isn’t it amazing that no matter where you start on a spider’s web you could follow the thread and reach any other point on the web?

The spider has created its web so that it’s strong and so that each part supports another part. If one strand breaks, the web will survive. If many strands break the web will become vulnerable and eventually collapse.

That’s a bit like the ecosystem at the coast and forms the basis of this dynamic lesson, Coastal Biodiversity, designed for delivery at the coast (although adaptable to any environment).