Curriculum (Tracked) Change Project

With funding from SOS-UK/Teach the Future, Elsa Lee and Paul Vare are leading a consortium setting out to reimagine the English National Curriculum to take the climate and ecological crisis seriously. They’re looking for subject specialist teachers to meet twice over the coming months to review the KS3 and 4 curriculum , and suggest amendments.

They are looking for teachers specialising in these subjects:

  • PSHE
  • RE
  • History
  • Maths
  • Geography
  • Art

There will be a small honorarium paid for their time. If you are interested please contact Elsa on

Global Action Plan

UK Sustainable Schools Network: ‘I want to be part of this too’

The UKSSN was established in Spring 2021 as an umbrella to bring together regional networks of students to connect and collaborate on issues they care about, fully supported by school staff.

The UKSSN was invited to take part in a review of the DfE’s draft Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy after UKSSN students attending COP26 in Glasgow spoke on a panel in the ministerial blue zone where the DfE’s plans were first unveiled. Since then students, teaching, and operations staff from across the networks have taken part in various working groups and panels to give feedback on the strategy, and some joined the launch event of the finalised strategy at the Natural History Museum on the 21st April 2022.

This report collates a rage of anonymous responses and in depth feedback on the Strategy from students and staff across all UKSSN regions.

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Celebrating World Environment Day with Lessons from Teachers in Biodiversity Education

Teachers from 15 different countries submitted their lesson plans to the Gaia 20:30 Biodiversity Lesson Plan Competition and now the results are in you can have a look through the winners and shortlisted entries.

The lesson plans are free to use so you can download the ones you’d like to use with your class.

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