Helping to support the educational environment for the future
How are Fed helping?
At the FED we believe that our children, our young people and lifelong learners need to be at the centre of any vision for the future of education. It is only through envisioning the big issues that our society, our world and indeed our planet will face that we can create a coherent plan for education.
Now is the time to be bold, recognise the big issues, and find ways to work better together. We have to take this opportunity to show children that they can do something with their knowledge of climate change. We have a responsibility to equip learners with the skills, knowledge and mindset to thrive as we transition from a carbon to a zero-carbon economy. Those currently in school will be the workforce for this great transition to a zero-carbon world. A long-term plan for education must encompass this vision.
Fed Welcomes new partnership
with Darwin Group Ltd to promote
sustainability in education
We are delighted to pursue this work in a new strategic partnership with the Darwin Group Ltd. Founded in 2006, the company is a British, family-run business and with more than five decades worth of industry experience. They are industry leaders in the research and development of sustainable modern methods of construction. As a community focused organisation who are committed to ensuring building projects deliver positive change, the education sector is at the heart of Darwin’s business. Together the FED and the Darwin Group are working to build the foundations for a sustainable long-term vision and plan for education in this country. – “for those who still think that utopia is about the impossible, what is really impossible is to carry on as we are”
The FED will be at the COP26 Summit in Glasgow. We believe that education for the future must reflect what we can and must do to build a coherent approach to climate education. We need to create and build the environments for learners to understand and address the issues of NetZero and climate change.
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As we move into the second year of our work at the Foundation for Education Development (FED) and following the launch of the FED National Education Consultation Report, we hosted a roundtable discussion seeking to answer the theme ‘Building an Education Curriculum for a NetZero
To help us think about what is needed to create a long-term vision and plan for education in England, Carl Ward (FED Chair), hosts a series of ‘In Conversation With’ videos with significant influential individuals to help move our thinking forward. This week we are
‘Why don’t the good people that run the COP’s just do something about climate education?’ by Jamie Agombar
In the year of COP26 many are raising the issues of a ‘sustainable education system’. The FED objective is to have a long-term vision and plan for education in this country. Such a plan cannot ignore the need to build a net zero environment in
FED Follower Blog – ‘Instil an ethos and ability to care for oneself, others and the natural environment’ by Suzanne Welch
The Foundation for Education Development (FED) are working across sectors and in partnership with all those concerned with the future of education in this country to support the development of a long term vision and plan for education. Following the launch of the FED National