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Outdoor Learning and Sustainability Conference 3rd October 2014 – Hope for the Future?

Durham a unique conference for schools in the north east region highlighting the benefits of outdoor learning and sustainability education to learning and to schools as a whole. The day will be a lively mix of keynote speakers and practical workshops suitable for primary, secondary and special schools highlighting a range of opportunities for school…

SEEd AGM – All Members Invited – Spaces Are Limited!

Put a note in your diary for the SEEd AGM from 3pm on October 10th at Linklater Pavilion in, Lewis. This site specific sustainably built centre for the study of environmental change is set within twenty acres of prized nature reserve developed on railway wasteland. Dr John Parry (Director) will provide tours of the Linklater…

SEEd Fieldtrip to Mayfield School sustainable building project

  This summer SEEd also met The Women in Sustainable Construction and Property network at an event, which lead to a tour the new sustainable building project at Mayfield School. If doubling a secondary school to accommodate 2500 pupils’ sounds daunting, then be reassured that a smooth eighteen month build is possible. One in which…

SEEd introduced Education for Sustainable Development to teenagers from Mexico

In August fifty Teenagers from Mexico were brought to St Edward’s School in Oxford to work on their open sustainability projects. They were brought by the International Conference Centers for Young Leaders (ICCYL). These young people wanted to tackle some of the most pressing issues of, food shortages, species extinction and drought in their home…