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UNESCO

SEEd are delighted to have been selected as Key Partners on the UNESCO Global Action Programme for Education for Sustainable Development. Read More →

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Solar Options for Schools

SEEd is advising Solar for Schools on ways schools can make more of their solar panels in the classroom.  There is an opportunity to have solar panels at no cost too Read More →

SEEd_Story The story of SEEd

We've been on quite a jouney since we started out in 2007, but our goal has always remained the same; to "support and encourage educators to help young people live a more sustainable life". Read More →
 

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Annual General (Risk-takers) Meeting

Prior to writing this blog on SEEd’s AGM, I spent quite a while trying to think of a theme that connects the three great speakers who will join us at Pennthorpe Independent School on the 15th October. Each one has approached sustainability in education from a diverse perspective. George, a 17-year-old from City of London school,…

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Sustainability and young people – how do we know what’s working?

This summer, SEEd has once again been extremely fortunate to have benefitted from the creativity, determination and passion of two young people who have supported us on a variety of different projects. Sophie, a first year International Relations student at the University of Reading, has written a short blog describing her time at SEEd which…

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