Education for sustainability fosters innovative approaches to curriculum design and review, and provides many opportunities for students to become confident, connected, actively involved, life-long learners.
Schools choosing to include a sustainability focus can do so in a number of ways. For example:
through developing a whole school approach – where students engaging in practices, projects, and ways of working that lead to a more sustainable future forms the basis of the curriculum and teaching and learning programmes
by including the multitude of meaningful learning contexts, issues, and community projects that sustainability provides across learning areas and levels of the curriculum.
At Eskdale School, our Senior Team participate in EFS related activities across the school on a Friday afternoon. If you are available to help us from 1:30pm onwards, please contact Mrs Aiken (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mrs Rolls (email@example.com).