Organisé par Reboot The Future

How can schools save money and the planet?


As we become more focused on the need to reduce energy costs and work with ever-stretched budgets in our own homes and schools, it can be easy to forget that our actions not only impact ourselves and our communities but every part of our planet.

This session will be of interest to any educator who wants to explore the principle of interdependence using The Harmony Project and Reboot the Future’s new teacher pack, and find out ways to take action to protect the future of our planet.

Aimed at upper KS2, this pack brings the wonders of Antarctica to life through English, Maths, Art, Science, PSHE and more. Packed with activities for a half term of enquiry, explore the ways we are all connected to the Antarctic ecosystem, and investigate the impact our own actions have on this frozen habitat as well as actions we can take to protect our shared future.

Mardi 24 Janvier 2023

19:00 CET, UTC+1h

  • Citizenship
  • Environment

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  • Anglais

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