Sustainability

COP28: UK drives international collaboration but there’s more to be done at home

Ana Romero reflects on her time at the COP28 summit in Dubai and the place of education at the...

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Ana Romero
Sustainability

The UK’s first biophilic school heralds the sustainable future of learning

As COP28 draws to a close, Sumeet Bhatia reveals Cisco’s work with DfE to create a school to model...

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Sumeet Bhatia
Sustainability

The UK is continuing to lead the world on climate education

The UK is leading the way on sustainability in education and we will ensure it continues to do so...

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Baroness Barran
Sustainability

Curriculum growth is not the answer to climate change education

We must avoid disposable policy responses and ensure teaching climate change is itself a sustainable activity

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Andrew Croydon and Reza Schwitzer
Sustainability

A school food revolution for pupils starts with us

Students have ants in their pants about sustainability - and there’s plenty we can do on food before putting...

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Peter Addison-Child
Sustainability

A little-known opportunity for more sustainable schools

Working with housing developers could unlock ways to make school sustainability a local priority (and some funding too)

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Tim Culpin
Sustainability

Connecting to the outdoors when the outdoors is only concrete

Mark Wilson explains how Wellspring Academy Trust has used art to bring learning outdoors in spite of austere and...

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Mark Wilson
Sustainability, The Knowledge

What do teachers think of teaching climate and sustainability?

A new survey reveals an enthusiastic profession but also substantial obstacles on the road to delivering the DfE’s sustainability...

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Christine Özden
Sustainability

The climate crisis requires a thoughtful curriculum response

We need to look beyond quick fixes to sustained and sustainable approach, write Mary Myatt and Heena Dave

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Mary Myatt and Heena Dave