Climate School 180
Climate School 180 is Learning through Landscapes’ new climate-focused initiative. The project aims to develop and share a better understanding of how schools can implement quality climate education, alongside providing first-hand experience of creating nature-based solutions to climate change in the school grounds.
Working in partnership with many organisations, including the University of Stirling and Climate Adaptive Pathways in Education (CAPE), we are delivering the project in over 160 primary and secondary schools across all four nations, working with landscape architects, climate and nature experts, teachers, and pupils themselves.
Learn more about Climate School 180 and how to get involved below.
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About Climate School 180
Climate School 180 seeks to address school needs around culture, curriculum, pedagogy, and inequality through effective professional development and support to overcome barriers to change.
Teachers from participating schools will learn how to deliver high-quality climate education, and how to plan for and make changes to their school grounds. Our approach enables children and young people to build knowledge and skills for the future, as well as develop the tools to make a difference now.
By prioritising quality climate education, Climate School 180 will create a legacy of confident teachers, school grounds adapted for a changing future, and well-educated young people motivated to take climate action beyond school.
If you’re interested in supporting Climate School 180 as we continue to develop the project over the coming months, please get in touch with our COO & Scotland Director, Matt Robinson, or our Trusts and Foundations Fundraiser, Hannah Stewart.
Alternatively, if you would like to participate in the project as a school, sign up to our newsletter to find out how to get involved as soon as the details become available.