NAEE has published its new journal, Environmental Education Vol 109, for its members. Its contents include a number of regular features such as the President’s Column, and reports from NAEE-sponsored field work by schools. […]
Butterfly Conservation News says this, about one of our most common (and dazzling) butterflies …
“The Small Tortoiseshell is a common garden species but you are most likely to find this butterfly amongst the weeds and […]
As we noted the other day, 1582 parks and green spaces have received a 2015 Green Flag Award from Keep Britain Tidy.
These awards recognise the best parks and green spaces across the country, and a green flag […]
From this September, a new Ofsted inspection framework will apply to the following four stages of education: early years settings, schools, and the FE / skills sector.
This is the framework.
To download an inspection handbook for each of these four stages, just click […]
Here is a video of a recent lecture at the University of the West of England (Bristol) by Jonathon Porritt on Sustainability and the Conservative Administration.
Porritt has been a key figure in UK sustainable development for the last […]
The Journal of Curriculum Studies has developed a Virtual Special Issue on curriculum challenges related to environmental education.
The VSI draws on the work of the Journal on curriculum and environmental education since the early 1970s, and […]
In June 2015, York Consulting published its evaluation of the Learning Away residentials project, identifying the impacts of overnight stays on young people.
Learning Away set out to support schools enhancement of young people’s learning, achievement and wellbeing by […]
Volume 109 (Summer 2015) of NAEE’s journal, Environmental Education, has been mailed to members this week, and will be available as a pdf on the member pages of this website from Monday. Volume 109 contains case […]
The Countryside Classroom is a new initiative from FACE: Farming and Countryside Education. This is their website – although it is still being developed. You can become a Partner, a Contributor, or a Sponsor: details are here.
Why get […]