Sustainable Schools Resources

June 11, 2014

Teaching resources for outdoor learning

The Countryside Classroom (previously Growing Schools) website now has a range of learning resources for teachers organised by key stage and subject. Teachers can browse through […]
May 11, 2014

Educating for Hope in Troubled Times: climate change and the transition to a post-carbon future

This new book by David Hicks, an experienced educator with a special interest in education for sustainability, is released on 15 May 2014. It explores three global […]
April 13, 2014

‘Power to the pupils’

Solar PV for schools – The benefits “Every school has the potential to generate its own renewable energy,” this report from the Department of Energy and […]
April 13, 2014

Walsall Adult and Community College

When Walsall Adult and Community College (WACC) was judged to be outstanding for overall effectiveness at its inspection in 2012, its leaders attributed this achievement to a shared […]
March 9, 2014

Fair Trade Community of Practice

In May 2013 EAUC launched the Fair Trade Community Practice to recognise the need for fair trade resources in the third sector and to facilitate the sharing […]
February 5, 2014

Water for Schools

The Water for Schools Programme is a partnership between the  Environment Agency, Greater London Authority, London Sustainable Schools Forum and Thames Water. This resource consists of missions, lesson ideas […]
February 3, 2014

David Hicks: Teaching for a Better World

David Hicks, an experienced educator with a special interest in education for sustainability, climate change and the shift to a post-carbon future, researches and writes about ways of helping […]
January 26, 2014

Cities, People and Change

Cities, People and Change offers an approach to curriculum development for teachers which is based on the idea that, by asking questions about our own city, […]
January 26, 2014

Building Sustainable Communities

This Key Stage 4 project links the idea of  living geography – at home and outside the front door – with participation now and for the […]