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Schools and young people

Congratulations to our young reporter winners!


Megan, Rebecca, Freya and Rosa winners of the young reporters competition posing with Lorna Dunkley, panda and jaguar

Five talented young reporters have won the Sky Rainforest Rescue's Young Reporter competition, judged by Sky News Presenter Lorna Dunkley.
Find out more and to see their winning entries

Global wildlife populations halve in 40 years


	African elephants roaming, Tanzania

Global wildlife populations have halved in just 40 years, according to the tenth edition of WWF's Living Planet Report 2014. The biennial report also highlights the urgent need for solutions to be found to humanity’s increasing demand on the world’s natural resources.

School visits at the Living Planet Centre

We’re really excited that the Living Planet Centre enables us to welcome and engage with schools and youth groups in a way that has not been possible before, in one of the greenest buildings in the UK. We have a fantastic range of workshops on offer for primary schools, providing an inspiring and engaging way into the new curriculum.

Calling all youth group leaders - and parents too!

Youth groups

Are you a member of a uniformed or organised youth group? Or perhaps you’re a keen parent or grandparent who wants to help young people learn more about the work of WWF and be inspired to look after our planet? Then our new resources are for you.

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Our work with young people


Young people will shape the future of our world and have a huge influence, here and now. That's why we work with teachers and youth leaders. Together we can encourage and support young people in building the knowledge, skills and values to safeguard our beautiful planet.

Register for I Love Amazon Schools

I Love Amazon Schools is a free initiative designed to offer pupils aged 5-11 the chance to explore the wonders of rainforests and find out why are so crucial to the health of our planet.

To receive a free resource pack click here to register your school and show the Amazon some love!