This year, we have committed to ensuring every member of staff across our Trust will be accredited through the eduCCate Global Programme.
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It is designed to help teachers better understand climate change and its impact on people and the planet, as well as to educate pupils about how they can take action now.
Fulham Cross Academy Trust has committed to becoming the first school in the UK to have every member of staff as an accredited Climate Change teacher - gaining platinum climate change status.
Ms Brooks, Executive Principal Designate at Fulham Cross Academy Trust, said: “Staff are really positive – and our pupils are keen to share this knowledge at home.”
More than 230,000 teachers from 44 countries have now been trained on the eduCCate Global Climate Change Teacher Course, accredited by UN CC:Learn (The One United Nations Climate Change Learning Partnership).
Last term, boys from Fulham College Boys’ planted trees as part of last month’s Plant a Legacy campaign. We have also helped introduce big changes across the Trust, including new recycling bins, wooden cutlery and energy-saving measures.
And later this year, Fulham College Boys’ School is transforming into a new STEM-specialist school and sixth form named Fulham Cross Academy in September 2020, and will have a school uniform blazer made from single-use plastic bottles – with each blazer accounting for 18 bottles!