"The Sustainable and Global School: Putting vision into practice".
This workshop is specifically aimed at teachers passionate about global and sustainable education who want to expand their skills.
Kate Nash - Headteacher of Silverhill Primary School, Derbyshire
Kate has led her school to become a leading eco-school nationally and to have sustainability and global citizenship as a key theme running throughout the school’s curriculum, campus and management.Dr Paul Warwick - Centre for Sustainable Futures Lead, Plymouth University
Paul has worked on sustainability and global citizenship education projects in a variety of primary, secondary and post 16 settings over the last 20 years. He recently co-authored the book Global Learning and Education published by Routledge.Refreshments will be available and there will be plenty of opportunities to share ideas, network and support one another as part of CLASPs dedicated work towards Plymouth's sustainability.
About the CLASP Network
The CLASP Network is an organisation dedicated to Learning for Sustainability for the benefit of Plymouth's communities. CLASP aims to support widening knowledge and learning about sustainability, support and signpost schools, businesses and communities towards their own learning for sustainability and be a platform for sharing good practice, promoting great work and facilitating project opportunities across Plymouth.