Climate Change Educational Partnership

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The Climate Change Educational Partnership (CCEP) brings together partners from across education, research and the wider STEM sector to support the delivery of climate change related lessons and activities in formal and informal education settings. It aims to enhance educators’ subject knowledge and understanding, so that lessons are based on scientific evidence, and increase students’ understanding of the science and implications of climate change. It provides CPD courses, opportunities for schools to engage with STEM Ambassadors who work within climate change settings, and STEM enrichment opportunities, such as competitions and challenges.

 

So that our Climate Change Educational Partnership can offer teachers the best possible support, we want to learn more about how educators currently feel about teaching climate change. Please take a few minutes to complete our short survey to help us find out what support would benefit educators and young people the most.

 

Complete our climate change survey

 

 


  • Inspiring Resources

     
    A range of activities to support you and your school in delivering exciting and inspiring climate change-related activities.

  • CPD and Events

    Book onto our high-impact CPD and bring climate change education into your classroom.

  • Magazine

    Explore a range of climate change related topics and solutions in Catalyst magazine issue 39.

  • STEM Ambassador support 

     
    STEM Ambassadors are volunteers that can support your activities in schools and colleges, bringing STEM subjects to life. 
  • Climate Detectives ​
     
    Identify and investigate a climate problem, and then propose a way to help reduce the problem.
  • Competitions and challenges
     
    These competitions, challenges and games support teaching of climate change topics in an engaging way.