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‘Northern Sustainable Schools Conference’ 8 th February, 2008. Dr. Krista McKinzey Climate Change Schools Project Officer Peter Kerr Programme Manager, Northumbria Local Levy/Environment Agency. Workshop Schedule. - Welcome Climate Change Schools Project

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northern sustainable schools conference 8 th february 2008

‘Northern Sustainable Schools Conference’8th February, 2008

Dr. Krista McKinzey

Climate Change Schools Project Officer

Peter Kerr

Programme Manager, Northumbria Local Levy/Environment Agency

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Workshop Schedule

  • - Welcome
  • Climate Change Schools Project
  • Sustainable Schools Framework & Partnership Activity
  • Project Overview & Analysis
  • Summary
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‘Climate Change Schools Project’

‘Climate Change Schools Project’

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‘Climate Change Schools Project’

  • Aims – Strategic & long-term aims
  • To ensure that climate change becomes a core part of North East education;
  • To enhance awareness of climate change and encourage citizenship skills;
  • To promote the delivery of climate change mitigation and adaptation plans by pupils and teachers in schools and local businesses;
  • To help place the North East as the UK’s most proactive region with regards to climate change action.
  • Project policy objectives
  • Include sustainable development principles and techniques in all aspects of the project;
  • Use best available science;
  • Develop informed and engaged citizens in the arena of climate change;
  • Apply a positive, proactive and pragmatic approach to climate change action.
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‘Climate Change Schools Project’

  • Aims of CCSPWG
  • Align/integrate the CCSP within existing frameworks/initiatives in order to help develop and implement a ‘standardised package’ of Climate Change resources and teacher professional development opportunities for all schools in all Local Authorities across the North East to:
  • embedClimate Change science and associated issues (e.g. mitigation and adaptation strategies) into the Key Stage 2 & Key Stage 3 curriculum;
  • develop a network of key ‘Climate Change Lead Schools’ across the North East that includes engaged, informed and confident teachers and students;
  • establish a working model for the North East that can be adapted and rolled-out to other regional centres in England.
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‘Climate Change Schools Project’

Dr. Thomlinson’s CoE Middle School

Rothbury First School

Chantry Middle School

Bothal Middle School

Ovingham CoE First School

Broadway East First School

Edmondsley Primary School

Grange Park Primary School

Bowburn Junior School

Diamond Hall Junior School

Cassop Primary School

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‘Climate Change Schools Project’

Ponteland Community High School

Newminster County Middle School

Cramlington Community High School

Churchill Community College

Norham Community Technical College

Walbottle Campus Technology College

Walker Technology College

Westfield School

St. Bede’s Catholic School

Venerable Bede CoD Secondary School

Seaham School of Technology

Byales School

Redcar Community College

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‘Climate Change Schools Project’

  • Aims of teacher Specialist Streams
  • Steer development of climate change modules for the Key Stage 2 & 3 curriculum;
      • subject-oriented &/or cross-curricular resources;
      • supported by clear guidelines;
  • Produce/collate a ‘standardised package’ for the CCSPWG to implement (c.f. ‘Climate Change Lead Schools’);
  • Investigate potential for other initiatives to deliver subject/curricular material.

LEGACY

MODEL

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Project Analysis

Benefits

Risks

Assumptions

Constraints

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‘Northern Sustainable Schools Conference’8th February, 2008

Dr. Krista McKinzey

Climate Change Schools Project Officer

Peter Kerr

Programme Manager, Northumbria Local Levy/Environment Agency