Come and join the upcoming Green School Network training session this June!
Building on Act For Ealing’s successful eco-club pilot programme, the Green School Network is helping to put climate action at the heart of everyday school life.
Now run by Ealing Council, the network aims to help schools across Ealing meet the new requirements set out by the Department for Education – requiring schools to ‘get climate action ready’ and create an eco-strategy.
Through providing practical advice, ideas and a forum for knowledge-sharing, the network seeks to help schools work towards achieving an Eco Award and become more sustainable.
The next network session is taking place on Wednesday 14th June 2023 from 3.45pm-4.55pm.
What can I expect from the session?
- Get inspiration from other schools with a school case study
- Learn about new funding available to schools
- Get an update on special ‘green’ events and weeks, and learn how to get involved
- Opportunity to share ideas and problem solve together
Who should attend?
The network is aimed at anyone that works in an Ealing School and has responsibility for the school’s climate action plan/eco strategy. This includes:
- Eco or sustainability leads
- PSHE leads
- Geography leads
- Members of SLT
- School governors
How can I sign up?
You can register for the next Green School Network session via Ealing CDP here.
Check out ActForEaling’s school sustainability resources for more tips and tricks on how pupils and teachers can act on climate change and prepare for a greener future.