The Sustainable Schools Framework was built on the principle of care – of oneself, of others and of the environment.
There are 8 doorways in the framework which are approached through Campus, Curriculum or Community approaches. The Doorways are: Food and Drink; Energy and Water; Travel and Traffic; Purchasing and Waste; Buildings and Grounds; Inclusion and Participation; Local Well-being; and Global Dimension. The following resources offer a range of informative resources designed for governors, bursars, pupils, teachers and school leaders, as well as those supporting schools such as local authorities and NGOs.
Before you start your sustainable schools journey why not take SEEd’s baseline audit to find out your students and communities attitudes and needs.
- Revised s3: sustainable school self-evaluation: Driving school improvement through sustainable development
- s3 Sustainable Schools Self-Evaluation; Driving School Improvement through Sustainable Development
- s3+ Sustainable Schools Self Evaluation for Local Authorities: Enabling Local Authorities to strategically drive school improvement through sustainable development
- Sustainable Schools in England – background and lessons learned