12 Eco Centres, Research, Education, Careers & Volunteering

Woodcraft Folk

Description

Educational organisation that works with children and young people from pre-school to 25-years-old in five age groups. Runs a programme designed to encourage understanding of environmental issues in the context of living in a world where equality, peace and friendship are important. Produces educational resources for environmental work with children. Call for details of local groups.

Sustainable Science

Description

Sustainable Science is a not-for-profit organisation specialising in delivering Sustainable Development Education, Science, Design Technology and Music through hands-on workshops and interactive shows. Our education programme can be adapted for all Key Stages, ages and abilities. Read more »

Learning Through Landscapes

Description

National charity helping schools and early years settings improve their grounds and outdoor spaces for the benefit of children. Research has demonstrated that school grounds across the UK are significantly undervalued as a resource and for having a profound influence on children and young people's attitude and behaviour. Read more »

ecoACTIVE Environmental Education Services

Description

Based in East London, ecoACTIVE is an education service with extensive expertise and experience in education for sustainable development for people of all age. ecoACTIVE provides a comprehensive education service for Hackney and surrounding Boroughs and has built a reputation for using innovative, hands-on, practical approaches to explore complex issues of sustainability through the use of its exhibits, mobile education services, workshop activities, learning resources and In Service training for teachers. Read more »

Countryside Foundation for Education

Description

An educational charity that helps to ‘bring the countryside into the classroom’ with its free, on-line, primary and secondary school educational resources and also ‘brings the classroom into the countryside’ with its countryside live and estate day events.

Manchester Environmental Education Network (MEEN)

Description

MEEN is a network of teachers, organisations and individuals actively committed to Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Manchester. The network acts as a support mechanism for teachers by providing training on ESD, giving advice about relevant resources, and acting as a link to organisations able to support schools. MEEN produces a termly newsletter, Beehive, and runs a quarterly forum for schools and practitioners.

Nant-y-Cwm Steiner School

Description

We are an established Steiner school set in the beautiful Cleddau valley, next to a community woodland. We offer a Steiner parent and child group, Kindergarten, and Main school classes 1-8.

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