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FREE teaching and learning resources for World Water Day 2024.
Join us for a short Zoom session introducing you to new animations and comics that bring water issues to life through meaningful real-life stories from the Global South.
Primary School Session: Tuesday 12th March 3.30-4.15pm
Secondary School Session: Thursday 14th March 4.00-4.45pm
Participants will receive a link to assembly and classroom ideas to use with primary and secondary learners.
To register for a Zoom link and access the resources please click here.
NEW: Learning to Thrive... in a climate of uncertainty
This new animation from a collaborative project between Lifeworlds, Positive Negatives and BOLD creates an opportunity to help start conversations about the ways in which being connected to nature can help young people to thrive. There is growing evidence that young people are concerned about the state of the natural world around them. There is also growing evidence that providing young people with opportunities to connect with nature could make a difference. Discover the animation and explore the supporting materials on our Learning to Thrive page.
NEW: Learn with Springhead - growing minds, shaping futures
We are thrilled to announce the launch of a new partnership project in collaboration with The Springhead Trust in Dorset. This project brings together our passion for learning outdoors, sustainability and environmental education, values, participatory approaches and wellbeing through the creation of a unique learning opportunity. Offering residential visits, day-courses and pupil sessions, Learn with Springhead represents an exciting new venture for Lifeworlds and we look forward to developing the offer further for the 2023-24 school year. To find out more visit Learn with Springhead.
NEW: De/colonizing Educational Relationships
We continue our partnership with the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada, exploring an emerging imaginary of how we might go about de/colonizing and indigenizing educational spaces, places and boundaries through a relational approach rooted in invitation and hospitality.
We have been supporting an academic seminar series for a third time and providing pedagogical and practice-oriented interludes and provocations. As this comes to a close, we now turn our attention to converting this thinking into a new learning opportunity for educators, schools and organisations. If you are interested this work or in hosting a future learning event in partnership with us then please contact us to be kept informed as this strand of vitally important learning develops.
Community of Relational Educators - CoRE
Everything we do at Lifeworlds places relationships at the core, whether a workshop with pupils, a CPD session with teachers, or a long-term partnership collaboration.
We learn so much from these relationships and from the sharing and challenges that they can bring and we wanted to make this learning opportunity more widely available to others as part of our community interest commitment.
The CoRE is our response - a community for learners and educators interested in a wide range of relational pedagogies and approaches including values, philosophy for children (P4C), sustainability education, nature connectedness, peace education, de/colonising, global learning and more. Find out more here.