Manchester Environmental Education Network, or "MEEN" as it is more commonly known, is dedicated to supporting teachers, organisations and individuals working to promote environmental education and Education for Sustainability.
The programme has three main aims:To inspire young people and their families to choose a more sustainable lifestyle.To promote STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) and encourage science and engineering as a career choice.To help children understand that a low carbon, secure and affordable energy supply is vital for the future.
This website allows to you to calculate the size of your carbon footprint. It illustrates how our lifestyle choices make up our environmental carbon footprint. Measuring yours takes less than 5 minutes and could change the way you live…
Eco-Schools is a global programme engaging millions of children across 64 different countries, making it the largest schools programme in the world. Eco-Schools improves pupils’ skills, raises environmental awareness, improves the school environment and also creates financial savings for schools as well as a whole host of other benefits.
A movement that aims to support children and young people in their physical, mental and spiritual development, so they may play constructive roles in society, with a strong focus on the outdoors and survival skills.
SEEd supports and enables educators and young people to place sustainability at the heart of their work and learning. They provide a hub for bringing together, sharing and enhancing best practice in sustainability and environmental education.
The Global Learning Programme (GLP) is building a national network of like-minded schools, committed to equipping their pupils to make a positive contribution to a globalised world by helping their teachers to deliver effective teaching and learning about development and global issues at Key Stages 2 and 3.
WWF works to inspire the next generation to care about nature, and equip them to take action to protect it and build a more sustainable future. This page of the website has a wide variety of resources to support schools and youth groups.
A movement for children and young people, open to everyone from birth to adult. We offer a place where children will grow in confidence, learn about the world and start to understand how to value our planet and each other.
Oxfam Education offers a huge range of ideas, resources and support for developing global learning in the classroom and the whole school. All of the resources here support Education for Global Citizenship – education that helps pupils understand their world and make a positive difference in it.
Connecting Classrooms is a vibrant global education programme brought to you by the British Council in partnership with the Department for International Development (DFID) which offers a free learning journey which helps you to improve your classroom practice and develop your ideas with like-minded teachers internationally.
Practical action offers a wide range of innovative resources for primary and secondary schools. With a focus on science, design & technology and geography these free resources focus on global issues such as sustainability, climate change and renewable energy.
STEM Learning provides thousands of curriculum-linked, quality-assured STEM teaching resources alongside materials produced by the STEM teaching community themselves. Exciting and high impact, subject-specific continuing professional development (CPD) courses are also made available and affordable through a range of financial bursaries.
Fair and Funky is a community interest company whose mission is to empower people to take little steps to change the world. They deliver interactive workshops on 3 key global themes: recycling, the environment and Fairtrade; to schools and community groups.