Useful Education Links
The Association for Science Education (ASE)
The ASE is the professional association for teachers of science. Find jobs, books, conferences and other useful resources on their website.
Eco-Schools is an international initiative designed to encourage whole-school action for the environment. It is an environmental management tool, learning resource and recognised award scheme.
Green Flag have produced a selection of resources that give a global dimension to the eco-schools topic areas and the Sustainable Schools Doorways
Association dedicated to promoting the development of geography as a subject. Provides support, resources, and journals to professionals.
Geography Teaching Today
Official website of the Action Plan for Geography, a two-year programme of support and development for school geography.
A government programme to support teachers in using the ‘outdoor classroom' as a resource across the curriculum for pupils of all ages. Find information on health and safety, funding sources, published research, training, resource materials and places to visit and news and events. It also provides case studies on outdoor learning and school grounds development.
National Association for Environmental Education
Set up nearly 40 years ago by a group of teachers and teacher trainers to support the teaching of environmental education in nurseries, schools and other educational institutions. Their services extend to all those concerned with any aspect of education and the natural or built environment.
National Science Learning Centre
Providing innovative and inspiring professional development for science teachers, lecturers and support staff from around the UK.
School Fund Finder
Specifically tailored for school needs, this new website provides a searchable database of available grants and funding opportunities and a dedicated fundraising team on hand to help individual schools maximise their fundraising potential.
TeacherNet - Online Publications
Download useful publications such as Planning a Sustainable School that contains thirteen participatory activities intended to help schools plan, implement, monitor and evaluate their progress towards becoming a sustainable school.
Who do we think we are? (WDWTWA?)
WDWTWA? is an educational programme engaging primary and secondary school teachers in the exploration of identity, diversity and citizenship with children and young people - in their schools, local communities and nationally.
Windows to the universe
Comprehensive summary of Climate Change, information categorised into beginner, intermediate and advanced.
Global Change Research Programme
Free resources, including a toolkit for helping schools estimate their emissions and action plan.
Roots and Shoots
Vocational training for young people.
Learning outside the classroom
Learning outside the classroom manifesto.
Pupil friendly website on Climate Change (can calculate carbon).
Science Museum answers to common questions about climate change.
Recycling hints and tips!
A guide to books, films, posters and web resources which support global, intercultural and environmental learning for all age groups and subjects.
A platform for social cinema; screening films that make you want to change the world, and giving you the tools to make a difference!