October 15, 2020

SEEd’s Choice: Read, Do, See, and Learn – October 2020

Read A Nine-Point Plan for the UK to achieve Net Zero Carbon Emissions – Author Chris Goodall says tackling the climate crisis is neither difficult nor […]
October 15, 2020
Grace Edwards Sustainable Nursery school teacher

Second Nature Sustainability in a Nursery School

By Grace Edwards I work for an environmentally conscious nursery, and there we constantly review how we can improve on the way we work and the […]
October 9, 2020

SEEd AGM 2020

Our 2020 AGM will be held via Zoom on Saturday the 24th of October 2020, at 2pm. SEEd Members are invited to attend. If you would […]
September 16, 2020

SEEd’s Choice: Read, Do, See and Learn – September 2020

Things to Read United we are Unstoppable – Is an inspiring and moving collection of essays from young people across the world who share their stories of fighting […]
September 14, 2020

CISV and Sustainability

CISV are a member organisation of SEEd and have been working with us over the last year to share the Sustainability Attitudes Surveys with as many […]
September 7, 2020
Student taking an EXAM

Education – What Needs to Change?

20 year old Natasha Frost reflects on her own education, from the perspective of looking back and thinking about the why, the what and how we […]
August 17, 2020
SEEd's choice, things to read, do ,see and learn - July

SEEd’s Choice: Read, Do, See and Learn – August 2020

Things to Read Build back better: Education must change after COVID-19 to meet the climate crisis – Ms Stefania Giannini, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Education writes in this blog […]
August 11, 2020
NHS keyworker sees the importance of caring for our natural spaces

SEEd Youth Ambassador Beth writes on Lockdown Life as a Key Worker.

There are many differences from the busy world of before. I count myself as one of the lucky ones as in lockdown, not only was I […]
July 29, 2020
Jane Millichip wears her facemask with a smile

Don the Cloth for Me, and I’ll Don the Cloth for you – wearing your facemask with a smile.

By Jane Millichip Mask-wearing has been a contentious issue for months. For some, the new UK guidelines are too little too late. Others point to inconsistencies […]