Carbon Literacy Training for School Leaders and Teachers

This engaging and interactive course provides you with a deeper understanding of the science of climate change and its implications for you, your leadership team and your pupils.

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Keen to develop the confidence, knowledge and language to guide your school, colleagues and pupils towards a more sustainable future? Get ahead of the new DFE Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy requirements and let us do the work for you.

Developed by RGB Kew in assocation with The Carbon Literacy trust, you will receive: 

  •  2 live online training sessions tailored to the needs of teaching professionals.
  • Access to sources of help and advice
  • A fully resourced series of lessons for you to deliver to your pupils following the course, designed to inspire hope and empower action.

The course is priced at £150 per person. However, if a school wishes to enrol more than one person, the price will be £100 per person.

The first online sessions will take place on January 11th and 18th 2024 9.30-12.30.

There is also the opportunity to register your interest for further dates in 2024 or for an in person training day at your school or academy.

Course CC000514 developed by Julie Whelan at Wakehurst, in association with Manchester Metropolitan University and accredited by the Carbon Literacy Project

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Terms and conditions

  • Payment shall be made within 2 weeks of confirmed booking.
  • Wakehurst offers a non-refundable policy.
  • This course remans the property of RBG Kew. Participants agree not to record or share the online training sessions.

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