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.
“As both a secondary school teacher and the Education department manager at Birmingham Botanical Gardens, this guide has been invaluable in allowing me to incorporate relevant and accurate environmental information into my everyday teaching and longer-term planning. This ensures that an essential `environmental education`, which children can so often miss out on, can be placed at the forefront of all subjects, not just science and geography. It is an indispensable handbook that I refer to again and again.”
Foundation and primary – 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 for the Environmental Curriculum Guide. This dovetails nicely with how Eco-Schools sees ESD in the National Curriculum, and we have been publicising it at our Roadshow events”.
Sue Shanks, chair of the Kingswood Trust, says, “The Environmental Curriculum is a great summary document to inspire teachers to work outdoors with their classes and groups. Such well written material that can support teachers to work outside is to be welcomed.”