Weird Fish Lady Visits
Resources for Primary Teachers:
Ocean World Teachers Resource (for ages 8-12).
Books for little people (ages 3-6) and children aged 8 to 12 years old.
Hi Teachers !
Welcome to the Ocean World.
This is where you can find all the details about
Childrens’ fiction and non-fiction books
the Ocean World Teachers’ Pack
and Zoom Visits from the Weird Fish Lady
to YOUR school.
Recommended Books for your Primary School
Fishy Tales Fiction books for Ages 3-6 and
The Lucy Morgan Adventure stories for ages 8-12
“Logan the Lobster was a wonderful tale to read to my two children aged three and six years old. Very well illustrated and kept the children’s interest throughout.
The story created insightful discussions after the tale was finished about everyone’s value and kindness.
Thank you so much for this book. We thoroughly enjoyed it.” (Donna F. Parent)
“I really enjoyed this Lucy Morgan Adventure Story. The thrill that came out of it was great!
People like Lucy are especially important in this world because they care about the environment and show us how to look after it.
I found it an essential lesson about the sea, and what we can do to help it.” (George, age 11)
This is our NON-FICTION Book
The Amazing World Beneath the Waves
– a Guide to Understanding the Environment.
The reading age is 10 – 110 – so this book is perfect for School Libraries.
What’s so special about this book:
Fully illustrated with incredible photos
Explains the underwater world in everyday language
It really is a complete guide to understanding the oceans.
Watch the video below to hear about the details of the Ocean World Teachers’ Resource
Arrange a booking for a
LIVE VIRTUAL VISIT by the WeirdFish Lady
at ……YOUR…… School
Invite the Weird Fish Lady to your School
Weird Fish Lady virtual visits … are ‘ocean’ themed to help with your science week or environmental project on oceans … and can include a school assembly as well as class-based activities.
There are different sessions available for different age groups.
Using ZOOM or TEAMS – these virtual visits can take place all around the UK, or overseas … I’ve recently done three visits to Dubai … where I spoke to between 300 and 700 children at a time!
My visits are available throughout the year. Contact me at
to discuss the requirements for your school and get a quote for your schools’ ‘individualised’ visit.
REVIEW of a Weird Fish Lady visit:
Thank you SO much for giving us all the most wonderful afternoon today – we all loved it and the children were so interested and got so much from your Talk and Videos. They simply loved hearing your answers to all their questions.
Many thanks for taking time to do this for us. It was such a super afternoon and tied in so well with this term’s Topic, ‘The Environment’.
We would love to have you back to talk to us in the future.
S. Robertson (Teacher i/c Junior School. Aberdeen )
When you sign up for a visit from the Weird Fish Lady – you will be able to take advantage of
special prices for bulk buy orders of ocean-themed books or Teacher Resources for schools.
You could qualify for free gifts too!
A BIG THANK YOU to all the schools I’ve visited by zoom during 2021 for making me feel so welcome. I’ve enjoyed being with you and am so pleased you have all enjoyed my visits.
I’m loving the images you’ve all sent to me!
HEY HUMAN – is a video that could change understanding about the environment – around the world.
Congratulations for amazing performances go to the pupils of Maazion and Stoke Climsland Schools in Cornwall, UK.
This is incredible.
Thank you Tanya Brittain – you have written a song that will inspire humans all over the world.
FIlm (c) TrelawnysReach.com
Do your pupils need to ask a question about Oceans – then go to the ‘get in touch button’ and ask.
A recent question from an 11 year-old was ‘Are all Sharks Dangerous?’
Gloria’s answer: –
‘There are over 400 different species of shark in our oceans. Only three are really dangerous to humans – most of them are just pussy-cats! But, be aware of swimming in new areas of the world, ask the locals about any water safety issues and if warning flags go up – get out of the water.
Remember, Oceans are not a human environment.
It’s the shark’s territory. It’s their home, not ours!
Avoid Tiger Sharks, Bull Sharks and of course, the Great White Sharks.
Please don’t go cage diving with Great Whites – this is only training these incredible creatures to associate food with humans – and can lead to future problems.’
Gloria works with an experienced team of professional educators at an organisation called
‘Footprint to the Future’
The team aims to provide teaching resources to help educate young people about planet Earth and its oceans.
Target Blue is a project aimed at improving student knowledge of the current marine conservation issues that affect life on their planet.
Target Blue Resources
Ocean World Teacher’s Resource is available now !
Written by: Gloria Barnett and Andrew Lamb
A wealth of resources to teach children about the Earth’s
oceans and why we need to protect them
Everything you need to teach about the oceans
Young or old, we all need to fully understand the importance of the oceans to our life here on Earth. The Ocean World Resource Pack has been specifically designed to enable teachers to address the issues facing the health of our oceans. Packed full of cross-curricular activities, videos, games, posters, books and of course essential teacher guidance, this box will help your pupils understand, respect, value and help protect our oceans.
Whether you approach the subject as a cross-curricular project or as individual topics for more focused investigation, this pack ensures that you have everything you need to teach about our Ocean with confidence and encourage your pupils to become environmentally responsible young people.
The box contains:
• Teacher’s notes
• Book ‘The Amazing World Beneath the Waves’
• Posters x 2
• Snap Cards
• Water Cycle Cards
• 8 Activities; Ocean World, Exploring the Deep, The Importance of Water, What lives in the Ocean? Food Chains, Marine Adaptations, Ocean Habitats, Ocean Pollution
• ‘Ambassador for the Ocean’ Certificate
The FREE downloadable resources are:
• Film Guide
• Film Clips; Corals, Invertebrates, Fish, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals
• Powerpoint files for all 8 activities.
How to buy the Ocean World Teachers’ Resource –
go to this link and buy direct from the publisher.
The Ocean World Teacher’s Resource will soon be available in digital form – in three packs – so you can buy a small bit of the full resource to suit your teaching needs.
Watch this space !
“I am not a science specialist, but this box gave me all the tools I needed to teach this subject with confidence. Everything’s supplied – it’s like teaching with an expert at your elbow.“
Schools or Rotary Clubs – Bulk Buying Opportunities