26-27 June 2023-Leeds,England
National Dissemination event (Leeds DEC)
26th-27th June 23 National event at Leeds Climate Hub
21 teachers and teacher trainers from across the country attended this national multiplier event. The climate curriculum framework, toolkit and guide were shared with the attendees. There was a really positive response. Many people said how impressed they were with the materials and that it both unsurprising - and extremely positive in terms of impact and reach - that the National History Museum wants to adopt them. There was quite a lot of excitement about this.
14th June 2023-Dortmund-Germany
Climate schools for the Future (Aplerbecker Grundschule)
31 teachers and headteachers and 29 members of different organisations and other interested people attended the multiplier event at Aplerbecker Grundschule. Project successes and Intellectual Outputs were shared. Participants feedback was very positive, with people saying that this was a very timely and important initiative and they would look at how they can adopt in their own school.
18 January 2023 -Serik-Antalya Türkiye
"Climate Change Education in Primary School"
SERGED Associaiton Antalya,Türkiye
multiplier events were held with a large group of approximately 77 participants, including primary school teachers, school principals, and education decision makers in the district. Information was given to the participants about the project products and activities. Discussions were held with the participants about why the climate change education curriculum is important and needed. Training tools and curriculum learning outcomes developed by the project partners on how to implement the climate change curriculum were shared with the participants.
21st June 23-Dublin-Ireland
Climatary poetry event (Our Lady Queen of the Apostles)
50 teachers, educators, poets, local councillors and parents attended the event in Aras Chronain, the local intercultural centre. In addition to the Intellectual Outputs of CC4CA being shared, young poets moved the audience with their poetry as they called for action and asked others to help make the Earth cleaner!
From there, Fighting Words was invited to the school to work with 2nd, 4th and 5th class groups to discuss the current effects of climate change and the possibility of how Earth can be in the future. It was attended by more than fifty people and the children recited their poetry. It was very uplifting and moving and a lovely completion of our CC4CA.
“The event was excellent. The venue was lovely and good to see families present with their children. Good also to see the school staff together supporting the event. There was evidence of a lot of hard work and the children reading their poems so enthusiastically certainly heightened all adults awareness of our need to work for climate justice.” participant
24th April 23-Leeds,England
Teaching the Future with Hope (Moor Allerton Hall Primary School)
8 teachers from local schools attended this intensive session where Moor Allerton staff introduced the Climate Erasmus scheme, shared their own successes and challenges in implementing the climate curriculum, discussed the Intellectual Outputs and facilitated teachers to implement the Climate Big Ideas into their own curriculums.
Quotes from participants:
“Really exciting project in a very important area needed in schools.”
“Great to see the amount of amazing work taking place at MAHPS.”
“Given a real insight as to how to implement at our own schools - building on the odd pieces of work we are already doing.”