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As part of the course, students will learn about the history and evolution of species and the impact of human life on natural environments, as well as how the world is changing. Climate change will also be a key part of the course and we hope the course will help students develop skills for future careers in conservation.

The Department for Education (DfE) said this would range “from understanding how to conserve local wildlife to carrying out the necessary fieldwork to identify species”.

British activist Mr Grimes said: ‘I think left-wing activists can absolutely seize on all of this to actually attack everything from capitalism to our state structures.

“Let us not forget that the greatest spokespersons for this militant class-extinguishing rebellion are pro-abolition capitalism and our state structures.

“Nadhim Zahawi said in another statement that in fact he is here to inspire a new generation of David Attenborough and Elon Musks to innovate and create the solutions we need to achieve our net impoverishment by 2050. “

GCSEs are exams normally taken by students aged 15-16, but can be taken at any age, before progressing to more specialist exams called A-levels.

Education Secretary Mr Zahawi said: “Sustainability and climate change are the greatest challenges facing humanity. None of us can have any doubt as to their importance.

“The new Natural History GCSE will give young people a chance to develop a deeper knowledge and understanding of this amazing planet, its environment and how to conserve it.”

It will be available from September 2025 and is one of the first new GCSEs to be launched since the reform of GCSE qualifications in 2017.

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Mr Grimes continued: ‘But Dan, I actually think it’s the government trying to show the green lobby a little more leg because they’re so terrified of them, they’re so fed up with the activism in the streets that blocks our roads and stops children from getting to school or that workers can transport vital supplies of oil and gas to heat our homes and power our country.

“But in fact, I think at this point the government may not earn its environmental stripes because it will never be accepted by these people.

“In fact, at this point, they’re only showing them so many legs that there’s frankly no more tries left, and they’re a real risk of blinking.

“And I actually point Nadhim Zahawi to the University of Bath stats that found her and attracted young people from ten countries.

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“But in this one, we discovered that young people find their future really scary and that’s the word they use, not my word.

“And I think why would we actually encourage this trend, Dan, we need kids to leave school to prepare for the future, we don’t need kids to leave school convinced by ideologues that their future is going to be cut short by either drowning in death or burning in death due to apocalyptic climate change, I think that’s absolutely the wrong approach.

“And the Conservative Party will end up regretting creating a new generation of creators who believe they are the problem.”

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