For the past 50 years NAEE has been promoting all forms of environmental education, and supporting all those involved in its delivery, so that together we can understand and act on the need to live more sustainably in order to protect the future of our planet.

School Bursaries

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Since 2012, NAEE has been providing bursaries for Birmingham schools to make visits to environmental education centres. In that time, over 3,000 young people have taken part.

Find out about applying for a bursary by clicking the button on the bar, and see what schools do with the bursaries by clicking here.

Curriculum

NAEE’s National Curriculum guide for primary schools

Our well-received primary school Guide illustrates how the new foundation and primary curriculums provide numerous opportunities to explore a wide range of the world’s most pressing issues. Morgan Phillips, Keep Britain Tidy's education manager, says: "Thank you [...]

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Env Ed Feature

Environmental education across a huge county

Kat Wooley Education Officer & Trainee Forest School Practitioner, Potteric Carr Nature Reserve, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust The county of Yorkshire is big: approximately 11,903 square kilometres (thanks Wikipedia) and has a population of just over 5 [...]

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Recent books

Children in Wild Nature: a practical guide to nature-based practice

There is a growing realisation that children benefit by being involved in ‘wild’ spaces; that so many children today grow up in a city environment – far from any ‘natural encounter’ – with youngsters who [...]

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