New Climate Change Publication

We are pleased to announce the recent publication of A Climate Change Companion from SEEd member David Hicks. David was formerly Professor in the School of Education, Bath Spa University where he helped develop and taught on the undergraduate degree course. The book contains a thoughtful introduction as to why climate change matters for all…

Global Action Plan join as members of SEEd

We are delighted to announce Global Action Plan have recently joined as members of SEEd. After another successful year of The Water Explorer Programme, Global Action Plan are looking for new schools across the United Kingdom to join a global network of young people tackling sustainability at school and in their community. Free school workshops and…

This Changes Everything release education pack!

It’s official! The education pack accompanying the film adaptation of Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything, has now been released across the UK. The pack contains a series of short clips taken from the film which highlight the complexities of trying to balance the three pillars of Sustainable Development: Society, Economy, Environment. The videos are powerful…

The Crystal

The Crystal have created a series of project-based activities that reflect the themes and topics explored in each of the their exhibition zones. These can be used to continue learning back in the classroom after a visit and extend the educational benefits derived from the Crystal experience. The projects have been designed to encourage students to relate…

Galapagos Conservation Trust – Resources

The Galapagos Conservation Trust are pleased to announce the launch of two fantastic new sustainable development modules on their Discovering Galapagos website. The new modules ‘Sustainable Economies’ and ‘The Value of Nature and Biodiversity’, which are suitable for Key Stage 3, offer new content and case studies on key sustainability principles and how these link with conservation….

RSPB’s Big School’s Birdwatch

RSPB have announced that this year’s Big Schools Birdwatch is now open for registration! All you and your class need to spend a minimum of one lesson (or lunchtime) between the 4thJanuary and the 12th February (the first half-term after Christmas) recording birds in your school grounds. Once you’ve done that, come back to the RSPB…