School sustainability peer support network
An online space for teachers to share experiences and ideas around sustainability initiatives as well as hear more about subjects of interest to members. The sessions last for an hour fifteen minutes. The first half of the session encourages participants to share any relevant news/projects and ask questions. The second half, deep-dive, is dedicated to a chosen subject, usually, these are addressed by specialist knowledgeable guests. The sessions are very informal and you can pop-in for a bit if you are unable to join the whole session.
Sessions are held every other week on a Thursday at 4 pm during the school term
Thursday 05 November 2020, 4 pm.
Pop in and share what you are doing in your school to advance climate action or bring any sustainability question to be considered by the group. You do not need to join the whole session if you are press with time, feel free to join just for as long as you can.
JOIN US: if you are interested in being part of this group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so you can be added to the group’s distribution list.
In partnership with Camden Think and Do
Check out the resources shared during the previous sessions
Session 7 (22 Oct 2020) – Deep-dive: Camden New Journal: a vision of Camden in 2030 competition
- Document: Camden New Journal: a vision of Camden in 2030 – POSTER COMPETITION
- Document: Camden School Climate Charter – DRAFT October 2020
Session 6 (01 Oct 2020) – Deep-dive: Air Quality and Camden School
Session 5 (17 Sept 2020) – Deep-dive: Council plans to support climate action in schools, presentation/consultation
Session 4 (10 July 2020) – Deep-dive: Sustainable transport measures in response to COVID
- Schools and transport in times of COVID-19
- La Sainte Union sustainability newsletter example
Session 3 (24 June 2020) – Deep-dive: Managing waste at schools
Session 2 (04 June 2020) – Deep-dive: Dietary choices, how can we explore this subject at schools
Session 1 (21 May 2020)– Deep-dive: identifying how can we support climate action in schools