eduCCate Global is teaching and equipping teachers to confidently integrate climate and carbon literacy within their existing curriculum.

We are working with climate experts and thought leaders from around the world to build and disseminate a coherent whole-school approach to climate education that prepares future-ready students.

Launched on April 22, 2019, as a not-for-profit, in the first 9 months, we upskilled 329K teachers in 43 countries. Today,  we are in 349K schools in 43 countries.

Join our growing community of eduCCate Global Award Schools and Certified Climate Change Teachers around the world.

Become a eduCCate Global Award School!

For schools

Our eduCCate Global Awards takes teachers through an incremental stepwise learning approach where the school’s nominated sustainability and climate literacy leadership teams can build knowledge and skills from mitigation, adaptation to transition and transformation.

You will also have access to schemes of work to support your students’ learning from early years to pathways to higher education.

Our awards program makes it easy for teachers to build capacity and confidence over time

Climate mitigation
Climate adaptation
Climate Transition1
System transformation & pathways to higher education2
Increase your schools’ capacity and reputation for climate leadership & action
1.  Launching Q1 2022 with Carbon Literacy Teacher Training in partnership with Nottingham-Trent University and certified by Manchester Cooler Systems [University of  Manchester - UK] and EnROADS teacher training in partnership with MIT [USA]/Reutlingen University [DE]. Will also offer a teacher training Year 9 Scheme of Work: An Introduction to Sustainability & Transition Engineering. Both currently being piloted
2. Partnerships to be announced in Autumn 2021

We make it easy for schools & teachers to achieve success.

Enabling teachers. Teachers have the opportunity to increase their climate and carbon literacy as they move through the Awards program and our Certified Professional Development [CPD]

Encouraging Teachers’ lifelong learning. We are working with university partners so that teachers at the Gold and Platinum Award will get credit towards a Masters or PhD program

Enhancing the existing curriculum. Our schemes of work makes it easier for schools and teachers to build their knowledge, develop their very own cross-curricular climate curriculum and confidently incorporate climate and carbon literacy throughout their existing curriculum as if it were a golden thread.

Involving the student community. Our schemes of work make it easier for schools and teachers to help students build critical thinking skills and become active and engaged citizens. In addition, we have plans to launch #ZeroFoodWaste for all our schools in winter/spring 2022.

Developing global citizens. In addition to our schemes of work that activate students for climate action, schools receive an invitation to build an exclusive partnership with a school in a developing country [LEDC] without international travel at the Gold Award. Share the experience, deepen the learning and double the impact

Creating inclusive and coherent student pathways to higher education. We are designing a teacher-led student journey from early education through to students aged 15 - 18.  The Platinum Award and pathways to higher education are currently in development.

Supporting school communities in becoming  hubs for climate action with our proposed #zerofoodwaste program [to launch in autumn 2022, in support of our Food Security pathway to higher education]

The Awards

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You can also choose from optional extras outside of the eduCCate Global Awards

Schemes of work

Bronze Award

“We have so much evidence from children and teachers after the Carbon Footprint Buster challenge and some video, audio from children about what this means to them..
Everyone has thoroughly enjoyed the whole process.”
Sharon Davies, Headteacher, Manorbier CE School, Pembrokeshire, Wales,  UK

Silver Award

"Teachers play an important role in educating youth and there is huge potential for job opportunities to work in the sustainability and green economy sectors. eduCCate Global has given us an important introductory training that has helped us in building our teachers’ climate literacy and motivated us to share our knowledge with all the pupils in our school."
Narayan Solanke, the first eduCCate Global Certified Sustainability & Climate Literacy Lead Teacher in India

Gold Award

“Our Certified Carbon Literacy Teachers  and staff now have the knowledge, skills, understanding and confidence to engage and empower our pupils. To be the first school in the UK to have achieved this certification is a privilege and a responsibility. We’re building a climate change and sustainability curriculum across our school and we have begun working with other schools to ensure that climate literacy is no longer an ‘optional extra’ but an essential part of every school’s work.”
Claire Robinson, Head Teacher, Holme Grange School, Wokingham, UK

For homeschoolers

Homeschooling have access to schemes of work to support your learners from early years to pathways to higher education.

Students ages 3 to 11
Students ages 12 - 18
Accredited CCC SLE's Citizenship Climate Change Specialist Leaders of Education (DTST for the DfE England), will study a combination of Courses that will empower them to teach Climate Change and Sustainability effectively in the eduCCate Global Awards Schools.
These modules cover the following key topics:

1. Mentoring
2. Leadership
3. Sustainability Leadership
4. Eco-Anxiety
5. Disaster Risk Strategy
6. Emotional Literacy (PEACE)

We are constantly expanding our offers of initiatives that help schools to tackle Climate Change and encourage sustainability as second nature.
Currently our core initiatives include:

1. Access to the eduCCate Global Platform (a digital library on Climate Change Education Resources)
2. eduCCate Global Challenge*
3. Sustainable Eating Initiative*

*Initiative Coming Soon
eduCCate Global is committed to helping you get the most out of Climate Change Education.
Ways we are here to help:

1. Live Chat with the Team
2. Dedicated Email/Phone Support
3. Helpdesk and Support Documentation
4. Community of Fellow Climate Change Teachers and CCC SLE's (DTST for the DfE England)
  • eduCCate Global Climate Change Lead Teacher Certificate and Safeguarding Verification
  • School Registered on the Interactive Map of eduCCate Global Award Schools
  • eduCCate Twilight Session on the full programmes and what comes next
  • Access to eduCCate Global eLibrary of Content Items including Lesson Plans and Courses for Pupils
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