The National College: Climate Change as Part of a High-Quality Geography Curriculum

A selection of reviews recieved by participants of the “Teaching Climate Change in Primary Schools as Part of a High-Quality Geography Curriculum” and “Teaching Climate Change in Primary Schools as Part of a High-Quality Geography Curriculum” webinars, hosted by The National College, on behalf of the Geographical Association. 

Kit was a great presenter and helped guide me to further resources and comprehensible vocabulary for the younger years.

– Nicole Hussey, Teacher – Elangeni School (Primary)

I found this so inspiring I cried during the poem. The message about empowering and creating agency rather than allowing us and our children to be depressed by climate change was powerful. I feel like I have a direction to move in now.

– Natasha Burrows, Teacher – St Marys RC Primary School

The webinar on Climate Change in the Primary Curriculum was inspiring and thought-provoking. The points made were really clear and resonated with children that we have in our school community with sense of anxiety but also their motivation and how we can increase their empowerment. It has inspired me to go away and get clued up on the correct facts from the right places and speak to our Leadership team about what to do next.

– Ceiri Withers, Subject Lead – Harpenden Academy (Primary)

Thank you for the huge wealth of knowledge you imparted. I’m looking forward to setting up a Y7 drop down day to enable students to gain a ‘passport’ of being climate change aware and empowered in our school.

– Rose Taylor, Teacher – Chew Valley School (Secondary)

Very well presented, clear and concise and inspiring. Thank you Kit.

– Colin Mannion, Teaching Assistant – Ormiston Sudbury Academy (Secondary)

Thank you to everyone who left their thoughts in review of the webinars!