SEEd have listed a series of informative Sustainable Schools resources designed for teachers, as well as governors, bursars and school leaders.
Wednesday 29th June, 2016
The United Nations have created a list of 17 targets known as the Sustainable Development Goals to help combat some of the world’s biggest problems by 2030. The Goals are for everyone, but they will only work if everyone is involved, including young people.
The Forum will be a unique opportunity for young people from a range of social backgrounds, ages (10-25 year olds), and interests to come together and discuss how they believe schools, FE/HE institutions, businesses, and government could be supporting them to contribute towards the Goals.To find out more or to enquire about getting involved, please follow this link - SEEd Policy Forum.
Ok so the obvious topic for this blog post is evidently the upcoming EU referendum or ‘Brexit’ as it is commonly referred to. Honestly, this gave me slight goose bumps because I thought ‘how the hell am I going to pretend that I know what I’m talking about and give you a fair and balanced…
Central to children’s sustainability and environmental education is the learning that occurs outdoors. While outdoor learning encompasses an array of educational activities – it seems that perhaps one of the simplest forms is becoming lost within the day-to-day life of a child. What I am referring to here, is outdoor play, that of which occurs…
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