SEEd supports and enables educators and young people to place sustainability at the heart of their work and learning.
We are THE hub for bringing together, sharing and enhancing best practice in sustainability and environmental education.
We empower; we facilitate; we catalyse to promote the new learning required by all of us to live sustainably.
We know that sustainability (and how to live and work sustainably) is a developing area of knowledge and skills. Our goal is to keep people updated and thinking about good practice. Our policy work aims to share this practice and encourage supportive systems for educators to carry out this important work.
SEEd have compiled a series of informative ESD resources that are designed for governors, bursars, pupils, teachers and school leaders, as well as those supporting schools such as local authorities and NGOs.
Frustrated by not getting the support you need to embed sustainability in your workplace or institution? Are you left doing it all as the eco-champion? Not sure how to make change happen? Then this facilitation course is for you. You will get the skills, tools and support to begin to make real change happen. Our 2020 course is now full. Get in early and register your interest for 2021 to secure yourself a place on the next course.
It’s a scandal how little support and encouragement our education system gives to young people and their learning about sustainability. It is not in the national curriculum, and climate change is only in from GCSEs onwards! What is more, consistently young people have said they want to learn more and do more for sustainability and their futures.
Youth Listening Project –
Attitudes to Sustainability Year 1 Report
Read and download our findings from the 2018/19 Attitudes to Sustainability survey.
Youth Attitudes to Sustainability Survey – Year 2
Join the hundreds of people who’ve been filling out these surveys. They’ve been really helping us, and others who work with young people, learn what young people understand and want regarding sustainability.
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- Whole School Approach to Sustainability
- Attitudes to Sustainability Research Study
- Sustainable Schools Alliance (SSA)
- Young Changemakers
- Evidence Alliance for Sustainability Education and Learning (EASEL)
- National Sustainable Schools Conference (NSSC)
- Learning for Sustainability: Facilitation and Leadership Course
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SEEd membership offers individuals and organisations a host of benefits including; access to resources, up to date information, discussion groups, professional development, and research.
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