Thursday, 11 June 2015

Inter-Generational Climate Change Learning Project - 17, 18 and 19 June

Eco teams in Manchester schools are learning about climate change and working hard to communicate the issues with each other and adults in their communities.

Pupils are exchanging ideas with parents and grandparents. They want to plan and take action on climate change. In the process they are gaining science knowledge and skills in expressing their views, writing persuasively, in self-organising and family learning.
Young people want adults to engage and join them on practical inter-generational learning projects, including a ‘Carbon Classroom’ in the Manchester Arndale Centre.

This project is facilitated by Manchester Environmental Education Network (MEEN). To view young people’s learning and ideas on tackling climate change go to:
www.meen.org.uk/bloglist/Environmental-education-blog.

If you would like to involve your school contact Lydia Meryll 07796078310 or Raichael Lock 07505172335 or email Raichael at
coordinator@meen.org.uk.

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