All Change - Climate Science Education Project

Woodcraft Folk are excited to be working in partnership with the National Association for Environmental Education to look at climate science and peer education.

Funding from NAEE will enable Woodcraft Folk to share:

  •  New educational resources– Climate Action Now! Jammed packed with session ideas to support young people to learn about the Climate Emergency and tack action. Available from March.
  •  Climate Science Fun – an interactive workshop, delivered in partnership with Perimeter Institute, to explore how to engage and inspire young people to learn about climate science. 2pm Thursday March 12th at Angel Square, Manchester. To book your free place visit 
  • Peer education training - A three day (6th-9th April) training event looking at public engagement, climate science and designing interative sessions to support children and young people to learn about climate change and take action. After two days, peer educators will be joined by teachers and youth workers as they share the activities they have created. To sign up for the training as a young educator please visit To sign up as a teacher or youth leader please visit All training is free, although donations would be welcome.
  • Festival activity - Peer educators will also bee given the opportunity to share their activities at Latitude festival and Common Ground

The ‘All Change’ project will be linking up with Friends of the Earth to co-ordinate a symposium looking at how educators can support the emotional wellbeing of young people as they learn about and take on action on climate emergency.

To join our youth climate education team please express an interest at You will find more details in the role description attached at the bottom of this page.

Woodcraft Folk would also like to thank the Association for Science Education for their support with this project.

For more information please contact


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