Bill Scott

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  • Character and Climate

    I see that Damian Hinds has launched a call for evidence as he names a character education panel to help schools develop “character and resilience” among pupils.  The education secretary thinks that trying new activities and learning from failure will boost...

  • Meeting UK political leaders today

    Today's post is brief.  It simply reports that representatives of the young people who make up the UK Student Climate Network [ UKSCN ] are to meet the leaders of political parties at Westminster to press their case that young people's concerns...

  • Changing the debate: schools climate conference workshops

    There's more here on Wednesday's school climate conference organised by the Green Schools Project, School 21, and WE.  This was designed "to provide rigorous knowledge, skills and motivation to allow young people to change the debate in their schools and local communities". This...

  • Changing the debate: schools climate conference inputs

    The school climate conference on Wednesday, which was organised by the Green Schools Project, School 21, and WE, was designed "to provide rigorous knowledge, skills and motivation to allow young people to change the debate in their schools and local communities". So how...

  • Changing the debate: schools climate conference summary

    I went to the school climate conference yesterday organised by the Green Schools Project, School 21, and WE (and by UCL).  It was designed "to provide rigorous knowledge, skills and motivation to allow young people to change the debate in their schools and...

  • Changing the debate: the London schools climate conference

    I'm at this school climate conference today.  It coincides with London Climate Action Week. This conference is organised by the Green Schools Project, School 21, and WE, and is designed "to provide rigorous knowledge, skills and motivation to allow young people...

  • How did you get to Glasto, Sir David?

    I found myself wondering how David A got to Glastonbury the other night for his adulatory walk-on congratulating the massed throng for their restraint in not using too many plastic bottles – he wasn't quite right in saying that none had...