CC4CA Project Team
Hannah Langdana( Centre Coordinator) is qualified teacher and Global Learning trainer. She has worked for 15 years for York and Leeds DECs and as a Global Learning Schools Officer at the Dept of International Relations, Leeds City Council. Her roles have included running GL schools programmes (specialising particularly in Active Citizenship) developing classroom teaching resources, writing and delivering CPD courses, writing blogs and public speaking.
Adam Ranson (Centre Coordinator) is a Global Learning trainer/ advisor. A qualified teacher, he has worked in formal sector and development education since 1985, coordinated Hull
and Leeds DECs, written many Global Learning resources, managed successive curriculum development/ linking projects and delivered training in the UK - and with partners in
Europe, Africa, South & East Asia and Latin America. He has also managed research and evaluation programmes, worked locally and internationally in partnership with other
education centres, and with many BME & diaspora organisations, and taken part in education policy work.
Hulusi KARATAŞ is a teacher and the president of the SerGED association. He has been teaching since 1998 and has been the president of the association since 2020. He is proud to be a member of the CC4CA Team and to be part of the Erasmus+ school education project for the implementation of the climate change curriculum and believes that the products of this project will support meeting the pedagogical needs of primary school teachers.
Aslıhan KARATAŞ is a Year 1 class teacher. She is a member of SerGED Association.She has been teaching for many years and holds experience around how children best learn in the classroom. She has been able to teach across all years of primary school level . she is interested in teaching of environmental and climate change education with her students.
She feels very proud to be part of the team and has enjoyed spending time with colleagues in different countries – discussing the very important issues around climate change.
She is an accomplished English teacher at Private Akdeniz Yükseliş Schools. With a wealth of experience in teaching English to young learners, particularly secondary school students, İzel has demonstrated a remarkable ability to engage and inspire her students in their language learning journey.
She is an experienced English teacher at Private Akdeniz Yukselis Schools. Specializing in middle school education, Nilüfer holds the position of head of the English teachers department and oversees international projects for the school.
Lisa Nehm is a Year 3 class teacher. She has been teaching at Aplerbecker Grundschule since 2016. She is excited to be a member of the CC4CA-Team and hopes that her work will make a change.
Lena Ehlen is a Year 4 class teacher. She has been teaching at Aplerbecker Grundschule since 2018. She is excited to be a member of the CC4CA-Team. Always riding her bike to school, she hopes to be a role model for her pupils.
Ann-Kristin Gregor is a Year 2 class teacher. She has been teaching at Aplerbecker Grundschule since 2021 but will leave the school after the summer holidays 2023. She is excited to be a member of the CC4CA-Team and is looking forward to implement the CC at her new school.
Lesley McKay is the headteacher of Moor Allerton Hall Primary School. She has been the headteacher for 12 years and was a Key Stage 2 class teacher before becoming head. The school has grown from a 2-form school to a 3-form school with a cohort number heading towards 600 during her time at MAHPS.
She feels it is important for children to engage with the crucial topic of Climate Change as it plays a very large part in their future. Lesley is also very excited for the links being made with other schools in the other partner countries, and it is really wonderful to see a whole school approach to make the children, staff and families engage with the issues.
Henry Wareham is a Year 4 class teacher. A qualified teacher for 5 years, he has worked in year 3, 4 and 5 (ages 7-10). He is passionate about climate change having worked in the environmental science sector and receiving a degree in Geological Sciences from the University of Leeds.
Henry is excited to be a part of the CC4CA team and hopes that the hard work in the project will benefit many generations to come.
Sally Parrini is a Year 1 class teacher. She has been teaching for many years and holds a wealth of experience around how children best learn in the classroom. She has been able to teach across all years of KS1 and KS2, leading to a position as a science coordinator in school. This has allowed Sally to use her science knowledge as part of the Erasmus project.
A passionate runner, Sally likes to enjoy activities outside and therefore the environment. She feels very proud to be part of the team and has enjoyed spending time with colleagues in different countries – discussing the very important issues around climate change.
Paula Galvin is currently teaching 4th class and worked in the area of global citizenship education, human rights education and sustainability for many years. She completed her M.Ed in HRCE (Human Rights and Citizenship Education) in 2013. She has won many awards in this area and is a passionate advocate for global justice issues. She spearheaded the campaign to make Clondalkin a Fairtrade Town in 2013 and works with Friends of the Camac on cleaning the river. She lectures in GCE and is a member of the steering committee of Global Citizenship School.She thinks that CC4CA is a wonderful project and is delighted to be part of it.
Alice Maher is currently teaching 2nd class and has been working in Our Lady Queen of the Apostles since 2017. Having a strong interest in sustainability and protecting the planet she is excited to be involved with the CC4CA team.