All Change - Climate Science Education Project

Thursday, 30 January 2020

Thanks to new funding from the National Association for Environmental Education (NAEE) Woodcraft Folk and partners will be looking to engage young people, teachers and youth workers in a range of opportunities, including:

 

  • New educational resources – Climate Action Now! It's jam packed with activities for children and young people to learn about and take action on the Climate Emergency! To be published in 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 place visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/92191247503 

 

  • Climate Science Youth training – a residential experience for teachers and youth workers led by young people. This short stay in an AONB will give individuals an opportunity to live off-grid and access a full days training delivered by young people. The young educators will share their concerns for the environment and a number of interactive sessions to inspire you to take participative learning into the classroom. 5pm Tuesday 7th April – 10am Thursday 9th April at Biblins Youth Campsite (optional training in environmental education available on Tuesday 7th).

 

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.

 

For more information and to find out how you can get involved visit https://woodcraft.org.uk/all-change-climate-science-education-project