The SEEF network provides a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience. It can offer a range of services and resources to schools and youth groups.
Swansea Sustainable Schools Scheme (SSSS) is intended to help schools make step by step
progress in Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship (ESDGC) through the curriculum and the way the school is managed. It is designed to complement and support other existing national schemes such as Eco Schools, Healthy Schools and Fairtrade Schools and will help schools in Swansea strive for high standards in a crucial aspect of contemporary education in Wales. This scheme was set up with minimal paperwork involved in applying for an award. Up toJune 2015 there were 40 awards to 33 schools.
To find out more about the Scheme, how to apply for an annual award and celebration day go to http://www.seeforum.org.uk/index.php/schools/education-for-sustainable-development-and-global- citizenship-esdgc.html
SEEF also offers a Directory of people and organisations that can support schools delivering ESDGC. These include workshops, talks and assemblies on various aspects of ESDGC as well as fieldtrips and outdoor education organisations. For all contact details go to
Green Treasure Boxes These are resources which help teach aspects of ESDGC at KS2. These boxes include Energy and Water, Waste and Recycling, Food and Farming, Global Citizenship, Climate Change and Biodiversity. There are books, CD’s and artefacts included in the boxes and a weather station in the Climate Change box. There is also a 2 box set each for FP and secondary. To order the boxes on a half term basis contact the ELRC on 01639 88990 (membership of ELRC not needed).
Swansea Sustainable Schools Scheme (SSSS) fits in with ESTYN framework quality indicators 2.1.4 education for sustainable development and global citizenship. Green Treasure boxes and Directory of ESDGC providers all support ESDGC.
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