Climate change and the school curriculum - new article and quick survey


“Climate change is not merely an issue, it is the ground we walk on and the air we breathe. It is the question of whether future possibilities for development, creativity and joy remain. How should schools respond?”

The Citizenship curriculum provides students with a great opportunity to explore climate change as a global issue and discuss the actions societies can take. The science of climate change can be addressed through Geography and Science. But with huge implications for our health, relationships, and the need to make hard decisions when future challenges arise, can PSHE education also play a vital role?

A new article from our Chief Executive Jono explores climate change and the school curriculum, and we also want to hear about what’s happening in your schools to inform our next steps in this area.

Complete our climate change education survey


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