Sustainability and Climate Change: An Expert Review of the Draft Strategy to Deliver a World-Leading Education Sector


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Webinar Duration: 49 minutes (approx.)

This webinar will provide governors, headteachers, senior leaders and teaching staff with an expert insight into how the DfE aim to put climate change at the heart of education and equip children and young people with the right knowledge, understanding and skills to face challenges and opportunities head on.

On 5 November 2021, the DfE published it’s draft strategy for the education and children’s services systems on sustainability and climate change. The strategy brings together short, medium and longer-term actions to enable progress towards achieving the DfE’s four strategic aims and overarching vision; to ensure the UK is the world-leading education sector in sustainability and climate change by 2030.

This webinar will explore what the main aims of the draft strategy are, address the actions and initiatives the DfE will implement to achieve their vision and discuss what impact this will likely have on school life for all education settings.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding the context behind the draft strategy and the challenges and opportunities that young people face with respect to climate change.

  • Identifying the four strategic aims and three guiding principles of the draft strategy and how each one will support the overarching vision.

  • Deconstructing and examining the intended route towards improving sustainability and the knowledge and understanding of children and young people.

  • Recognising the important role of teaching sustainability and climate change through the curriculum and developing future skills in order to meet DfE expectations.

  • Appreciating what opportunities this brings for education settings to be able to engage in the climate change discussion and the actions they can take now to stay one-step ahead.

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