Panto Online

Long time supporter of SEEd, Peter Duncan offers online panto for schools. Peter is the ex Chief Scout, twice a Blue Peter presenter, actor, producer and director. He is a self confessed adventurer and as we learned during his Keynote at the Festival of Education this year keen on sustainability and learning how to live a sustainable lifestyle.

So if your school can’t afford a school trip to the panto this year – sign up for an online one



Golden Thread or Gilded Cage?

This blog from NAEE looks into the UCET’s (Universities Council for Education) analysis of DfE support for the continuing professional development of teachers: a recent report with a section on climate change and ecological emergency, which seeks to highlight the strengths, weaknesses and unforeseen impacts of the Early Career Framework (ECF) cited in the DfE’s new Climate Change and Sustainability Strategy as an example of Teacher Professional Development.

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Reboot the Future

We Are Antarctica at COP27

You can catch up on some of the events the We are Antarctica team were involved in at COP27, including a discussion on how culture and creativity can reshape our relationship with Antarctica and the wider natural world.



Bright New World

We highly recommend this new book by Cindy Ford & Bethany Lord for schools, or as a Christmas present for those young people you know worried about the state of the planet. It’s clear, beautifully illustrated and gives hope with ideas and people that can, and are, making a difference. After COP27 and now the biodiversity COP15 it’s just what is needed!

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Teaching Resources for Biodiversity

WWF’s Learn to Love Nature campaign is full of great resources you can use with students at all learning stages to support learning about biodiversity and how ecosystems maintain balance and support life.

“As  world leaders gather in Montreal to discuss how to protect and restore our planet’s biodiversity, these versatile resources for Primary and Secondary can help you bring the topic of biodiversity to life for your students.”

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