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SEEd – Sustainability and Environmental Education, works with teachers, young people and anyone involved in education to put Sustainability at the heart of their work and learning.

SEEd Changemakers

The SEEd Changemakers course is specifically designed to give you the skills, tools, and support you need to embed sustainability, and make real change happen. It brings together facilitation techniques with learning theory, social learning, and practice, with a focus on sustainability and the learning processes needed when groups come together to generate and develop ideas and actions.

The course is part time, and runs for 18 weeks, both online and in person.
Next course starts Monday 12th September.

Add your voice to the SEEd and OSW
Attitudes to Sustainability survey

SEEd, with support from Our Shared World, want to find out how people are feeling about sustainability; both in relation to their personal lives and as a wider subject. In 2018 they released a survey asking people about their attitudes about, knowledge of and feelings towards Sustainability. Last September Year 3 was launched, and SEEd are keen to gain as many opinions as possible.

Take the Survey:

Children’s Attitudes to Sustainability (Age 6 – 11)
Youth Attitudes to Sustainability (Age 12 – 25)
Adult Attitudes to Sustainability (Age 26+)

Use the Survey as a baseline audit:

The survey can be used as a tool to look at where your school or organisation is in its journey towards Sustainaility. Contact SEEd if you would like to do the audit. They can provide you with a code to ensure your anonymous data can be given back to you for your use.

Download the Year 1 Report:

Now in its third year, the study has gained traction, and the Year 1 Report is now forming part of supporting evidence for Lord Jim Knights’ Education (Environment and Sustainable Citizenship) private members bill. The report makes interesting reading, and is free to read and download.

Our Shared World

About Our Shared World

Our Shared World is a broad coalition advocating for SDG 4.7 in England by 2030. First chaired by Oxfam and WWF-UK, and currently chaired by SEEd and CoDEC, OSW is a coalition of more than 150 members.

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