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


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.

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NAEE’s curriculum guides for schools

Key Stages 3 & 4 – NAEE’s latest report illustrates how the secondary curriculum provides opportunities for schools, teachers and children to explore a range of the world’s most serious issues. Download report [...]

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Working with young people and safeguarding on our waterways

January 19, 2018, 10:00am - February 24, 2018, 4:00pm

A partnership event run by The Inland Waterways Association and Canal & River Trust for volunteer groups working on the waterways. The day will look at how we work with young people shaping our volunteering offer to attract and inspire the next generation of waterways enthusiasts. We will start by exploring the challenges our organisations face when working with a younger audience, this will be include looking at how we manage safeguarding. This event is about finding practical solutions together, and will be an interactive day run by a team of Trust and IWA staff plus a safeguarding specialist. We are running this event three times so you can hopefully attend: Friday 19th January 2018 Aqua House, Lionel Street, Birmingham B3 1AQ Saturday 3rd February 2018 St Luke's Community Centre, 90 Central Street, London EC1V 8AJ Saturday 24th February 2018 St Thomas Centre, Ardwick Green North, Manchester M12 6FZ

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Please contact us for more information about the Association, the work we do, and how you can join us.

T: 0747 928 7183