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


SEEd are collaborating with Engynious Clean Power UK to embed the concepts and values of sustainability into more UK schools. Read More →


SEEd are pleased to be working in partnership with GreenBuying.co.uk. GreenBuying is an organisation which focuses solely on the supply of eco-sourced school equipment, ranging from recycled stationary and recycling bins to indoor and outdoor play equipment and benches. Read More →

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 →

NSSC 2016

The 2016 National Sustainable Schools Conference has now, sadly, been and gone, but you can read about the day in this blog post from our fantastic intern, Laurie Atterbury. Keep checking the website for updates on upcoming events and next year's conference.


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In 1976 the Welsh author and academic Raymond Williams suggested that nature might be the most complex word in the English language. Accompanying the term comes with a spectrum of variables and unanswered questions. Are we part of nature? Is urbanisation natural? What constitutes a natural environment? Where can these be found today? What exactly…

Teachers from Whiteabbey Primary are going the extra mile!

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