The conference will equip teachers/schools with a 'whole school approach to sustainability' framework, new ideas on doorways in and student competencies, new information on sustainability e.g. the Supply Chan!ge project from Think Global; new evidence to encourage others in your school and action planning
- Increased understanding of how to further embed and deepen sustainability into the whole school - How sustainability and global learning connects with SMSC - how sustainability and global learning supports a 'broad and balanced' curriculum - up to date information about sustainability through the SDGs - learn about supermarket supply chains and their social and environmental impacts - and much more!
- how to engage others in your action plan and build support in the school - develop a whole school approach that can support a progressive, spiralling curriculum through the school - so students do not do the same activities each year - enable teachers to demonstrate to students the variety of careers that can connect with sustainability and global learning - how to engage with the wider community to deepen and broaden sustainability and global citizenship - pupil participation and engagement
KS2 and KS3
Maths, English, Science, Geography, Citizenship, PSHE, DT
Curriculum development; Teaching and learning; Leadership and management; Development of whole school ethos; Pupil leadership; Helping schools work with the wider commuity; Pupil behaviour and values
There will be 12 or 15 workshops depending on numbers, keynotes from people who have woven sustainability into their careers, network meetings on consumption,evidence and more. Teachers are encouraged to bring their pupils at the minimum cost of £20 per student. Contact SEEd on 01453872662 or email email@example.com for further details.Contact provider Booking only available to GLP members. Login