Sustainability and Climate Change Panel, Free Webinar, 13th July, 4:15pm


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The Department for Education’s recent publication of the Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy (2022) emphasises that together the education sector has a responsibility for preparing children and young people for the challenges and opportunities to create a better environment for future generations. However, school leaders remind us that embedding high-quality sustainability and climate change education and the creation of a green school estate is constrained by a shortage of time, space and resources. To explore some of these challenges, The Teacher Development Trust is delighted to be hosting a panel of experts to consider the importance of:

  • Establishing and maintaining a school culture that encourages pro-environmental behaviours.
  • Building the foundations for a world-leading sustainability and climate change education through effective school implementation.
  • Supporting teachers through high-quality professional development.
  • Creating a high-quality sustainability and climate change curriculum

The panel will be co-chaired by Dr Leigh Hoath, Senior Professional Practice Fellow at Leeds Trinity University.

Panel includes:

Kat Howard, Director, DRET Teaching School Hub
Lauren Hyams, Head of Urban Nature Project Activities, Natural History Museum
Preeti R. Kanaujia, Senior Programme Director, Centre for Environment Education, India
Amarachi Nneli, Climate Leader, MasterCard Foundation Scholar, University of Edinburgh
Professor Jonathan Sharples, Professional Research Fellow, Education Endowment Foundation
Esther Gray, Vice Principal, The Ferrers School in Northamptonshire


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Event Details

Date: 2022-07-13

Start time: 16:15 BST

End time: 17:30 BST