We offer free climate assemblies in primary and secondary schools.
Delivered by a trained Climate Ed ambassador, these fun, stimulating and eye-opening sessions cover all the basics of climate science and include time for Q and A. They get students thinking about the climate problem, asking questions and thinking how they can take action on it.
All our ambassadors have been trained and carry DBS certificates. Many of them have worked previously as teachers. They all like sharing their knowledge with children.
Assemblies currently available in the following boroughs: Merton, Sutton, Wandsworth, Lambeth and Southwark.
Building on our climate assemblies, we offer a programme of workshops looking at climate change in more depth. The programme consists of six 40-minute workshops, ideal for delivery during lunchtime. They are perfect if your school already has an eco team and they want to spend a half term focusing on climate science, carbon footprints and carbon reduction.
In the programme, students learn about climate change in more depth, then they learn about carbon footprints. Most importantly, they then take action, measuring their own footprints, as well as those of their teachers and families. Once you know what your carbon footprint is, you can think about steps to reduce it!
If you would like to know more about our climate assemblies or workshops and see the full scheme of work, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Climate Ed takes the safeguarding of the children it works with, and of its staff and volunteers, extremely seriously. All volunteers are thoroughly vetted and require a DBS check. Full details of our safeguarding policy can be found here.