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Natural Connections

To read the latest from the Natural Connections team, just click here. This is the summary of their 3-year project funded by Natural England: “Children from 125 schools across the South West on England are happier, healthier and more motivated to learn thanks to a new project commissioned by Natural England that has turned the…

Ravens Know What You’re Thinking

Thanks to NAAEE CEO Judy Braus for this fascinating link about that most wonderful of birds, the raven. It begins: “Humans’ ability to understand the perception and intent of others allows us to navigate the Eligible canadian pharmacy guide Find suhagra vs viagra To original cialis price Of cialis and lifting weights. world in an…

Britain’s Dragonflies: a field guide to the damselflies and dragonflies of Britain and Ireland

“Dragonflies are rock and roll insects,” states Nick Baker in the foreword.  They are high energy aerial predators that have the raptorial appeal of birds of prey and the grace, agility and vibrancy of butterflies.  They inhabit just about anywhere and everywhere connected to water.  Did you know there are 56 species?  The high quality…

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Do you want to grapple with what LfS means?

If so, please click here to see details of a professional learning opportunity for primary and secondary teachers in Scotland to develop their practice in relation to Learning for Sustainability.  This professional learning initiative by the University of Edinburgh and Learning for Sustainability Scotland in partnership with the British Council, is a timely opportunity for teachers…

Global Educator of 2016

Congratulations to Elly Lengthorn for winning Global Educator of the Year, 2016.  Elly teaches at Nunnery Wood High School in Worcester, where she is an Eco Schools Ambassador who has been closely involved in the Tide~ project ‘Young people on the global stage.’  This Autumn, she starts work at BEACONS DEC. You can see more details…