Brighton & Hove environmental education

John Muir Award – training webinar

Webinar: Tuesday 7 July 2020, 4.00 – 5.30

To help schools with running this free national environmental award for key stage 2 and upwards, South Downs National Parks, Sussex Wildlife Trust and Brighton & Hove City Council are running a joint webinar on Tuesday 7th July from 4.00 to 5.30 pm for all the City’s schools.  This will look at what the Award can offer you, how it can support what you’re doing already, and what’s out there to help you do it. We’ll also be hearing first-hand about how it’s worked in several schools.  To book onto the training, email paula.greening@brighton-hove.gov.uk

The Award in a nutshell
The John Muir Award is a free, national environmental award scheme focused on wild places, which can help teachers deliver learning outcomes to children from all backgrounds through practical, creative and engaging approaches. As well as enhancing the curriculum through experiential learning and providing a framework for teaching,  it can make a significant contribution to pupils’ self-development, global citizenship and sustainability.