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This webinar, in collaboration with the Geographical Association, will provide primary school leaders, headteachers and Geography leads with advice and practical guidance on integrating education on climate change into their curriculum framework.
Climate change remains one of the most pressing issues of our time. UNESCO advocates education as an essential element of the global response to climate change. It helps children to understand and address the impact of global warming, increases “climate literacy”, encourages changes in their attitudes and behaviour, and helps them adapt to climate change related trends.
In this webinar, the Geographical Association provides advice and practical guidance on delivering climate change education in schools which is vibrant, diverse, responsive and helps to raise-awareness and enable informed decision-making in children from a young age.
Understanding how to incorporate science-based climate change education into the geography curriculum.
Recognising how climate change is communicated in the media and how this can foster anxiety and a blame culture.
Understanding the importance of establishing ‘protecting the environment’ as a whole-school value to promote a sense of individual and collective responsibility.
Recognising the importance of developing children’s knowledge and values which will empower them to achieve a climate-resilient future.
Identifying the need to adopt a whole-school approach to issues affecting climate change, such as recycling and transport.
This webinar will provide headteachers, curriculum leads, subject leaders, teachers and teaching assistants with practical advice and support on how they can successfully deliver a summer school programme which helps pupils make up for lost learning time.
This webinar, delivered in conjunction with the British Association for Early Childhood Education, will provide teaching assistants with an insight into strategy, practice and resources to help them fulfil their important role in supporting children’s development, in line with DfE’s reformed Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework and supportive curriculum guidance.
This webinar will provide headteachers, curriculum leaders, subject leaders and teachers with an understanding of the new Model Music Curriculum (MMC) and how schools can use the guidance to deliver a rich and diverse music education for children at key stage 3.
We believe in cost-effective CPD, delivering budget friendly online seminars.
Every webinar delivered by The National College is created and delivered by industry experts.
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