Nathan Bryon’s ‘Clean up!’ is my favourite children’s book of 2020 – here’s why

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My 4 year old and I discovered this book earlier this year.  She loves it and so do I, and it is easily my favourite pro-environmental kid’s book of 2020.  Here’s why:   The main character is not white. The … Read More

Supporting youth climate action in our communities – useful lessons from an online event

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Last month, I was lucky enough to stumble upon an online Semble event, ‘Supporting youth climate action in our communities’.  Semble connects community groups with engaged business, in order to facilitate impact and grassroots-led change.  They build connections, offer practical … Read More

COOL for KIDS! A selection of free online resources useful for homeschooling

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There are some great FREE online resources emerging under lockdown, aimed at children being homeschooled.  Here are a few we have spotted so far: KidsCAN workbooklet on climate change for Y5&6: Our very own downloadable workbook on climate change for … Read More

Design a banner competition – your school’s chance to lead the way in healthy travel to school – DEADLINE 6 March 2020

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Oxford Friends of the Earth and Oxford City Council have launched a joint competition for school children in Oxford in years 3-6. Read about it in the Oxford Mail and on the City Council website, and read on to find … Read More

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