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Green Ambassador Awards presented at our 2014 summit at Highgrove


Green Ambassadors

WWF’s Green Ambassador Awards Summit took place on 26th and 27th June in Gloucestershire. The five winning schools, four shortlisted individual teachers and pupils from across the UK came together to celebrate their success.

We are delighted to announce the winners of this year's Green Ambassadors Awards at Highgrove by kind permission of His Royal Highness Prince of Wales.. Find out more about our amazing winning schools, teachers and pupils.


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.