Sustainability and Environmental Education upcoming workshops, policy forums and conferences.
As a membership charity, we represent hundreds of schools and organisations who care deeply about our planet, each other, and the impact we are having on future generations.
SEEd works with its members and partners to run a variety of workshops and larger scale events across the country. Please get in touch with us if you would like to work with SEEd to set up a training event.
- SEEd Changemakers – Facilitating Learning for Sustainability Course – Starts 31st August. Book now.
- UNESCO Launch of ESD for 2030 Framework – Berlin – 17th-19th May 2021
- UN COP 26 – Glasgow – 1st – 12th November 2021
Our 3 month part time Changemaker course runs twice a year or on demand. The course begins online, before we meet in person at a site with a strong sustainability focus, enabling participants to apply newly learned techniques to real-world situations. The course covers learning, change, influence, persuasion, and how to broaden and deepen engagement. It is structured with an initial online foundation, followed by two full days in person, an action learning break with online support, and a final two days to reflect, feedback and improve.
This is what previous attendees have said about the course:
“I would urge anyone interested in the learning process, whether your focus is sustainability or not, to come on this course. A mini teacher training course, for beginners or experienced teachers, incredibly refreshing and inclusive. Very transformative!”- Kerri Hicks, Environmental Education and Sustainability Co-ordinator, Eton College, 2015
Upcoming Events –
SEEd Changemaker – Facilitating Learning for Sustainability course: Our next course begins online on August 31st. The course starts with a new online foundation followed by two weekends of experiential learning separated by an 8-week fully supported action learning period. Please be advised that this course is limited to 12 places. If you would like to attend please book in advance – find out more
EASE event for SEEd Members – Postponed
– Evidence Alliance for Sustainability Education
Please see here for more details and email email@example.com to book a place
National Sustainable Schools Conference
SEEd’s annual conference is held in collaboration with a consortium of local partners in a different regional location each year. Our conference brings together over 100 people of all ages to create a space where they can learn and share from each other. As a delegate, you might find yourself attending a workshop facilitated by primary pupils, listening to a presentation from a local head teacher on how they have taken a Whole School Approach to sustainability, or browsing one of the many stalls in search of resources to take back to your school or workplace. Sound interesting? Get in touch to find out about being part of our 2017 conference..
- Do you need to take advantage of the curriculum ‘space’ that the National Curriculum gives you?
- Do you need to explore and consider how to address Ofsted’s expectations of broad/balanced curriculum
- Are you looking at ways to make your SMSC work relevant to global and local concerns of your students?
If so, then SEEd’s National Sustainable Schools Conference is for you!
About SEEd’s National Sustainable Schools Conference
The National Sustainable Schools Conference will help you design a sustainability curriculum/school plan from any starting point with any year and ensure progression through the school. We take an action learning approach to encourage you to reflect and build on your current practice. It’s always great value with 12 – 16 workshops, and inspiring keynote speakers. Meet other successful teachers, browse our Share Fair of 20 providers and get support from the experts.
SEEd runs an annual policy forum with a focus on issues which we feel most reflect those affecting our members and supporters.
Previous fora have explored topics such as: ‘Education for Sustainable Development in the UK and its role in Sustainable Living’; ‘Evidence for Sustainability in Education’ and ‘Can Schools be Models of Sustainability?’