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For over 30 years, we’ve been working with schools and educators to inspire young people to make positive choices for a more sustainable future.

Our work with schools inspires and supports young people to build their knowledge and understanding, develop their skills, and explore their values so they're motivated and equipped to enjoy and care for our beautiful planet.


Classroom resources and activities

We've produced a range of curriculum linked resources for the classroom to help your pupils explore environmental issues in an engaging and motivating way.

From rainforests to rivers, climate change to citizenship, we've got something to help you and your pupils learn about our precious planet, the environmental challenges it faces and how we can all take action. 

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Resources for Head Teachers and Eco-Leaders

Since 1981, WWF has been privileged to engage with schools in their efforts to address Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).

Drawing on this learning, we've developed a series of resources for teachers, headteachers and eco-leaders to support them on their sustainability journey. They are intended for teachers working at Key Stages 2 and Key Stage 3, student teachers, eco-leaders and headteachers who have an interest in creating more sustainable schools.


WWF and FIRST NEWS poetry competition winners

To mark WWF’s special edition of the Living Planet Report last year, we launched an exciting poetry competition about endangered species mentioned within the report.  We had so many amazing entries and we are now delighted to reveal the winners…

Congratulations to Amna Aslam-Denn at Holmer Green Junior School in Buckinghamshire and Nalini Nandeibam at King Edward's School in Bath who wowed the judges with their beautiful poems about snow leopards, with a special reference to Amna's innovative style and Nalini's stunning illustration. The lucky winners each win a trip for their class to go and see Doctor Doolittle the Musical, plus a special puppetry workshop at their school. A big well done to the runners up, Lauren Wills from Brighton and Hove Prep School and Helena White from St Christopher's CofE High School, who will each receive for tickets to see  Doctor Doolittle the Musical. The judges also highly commended Saphia Scott from Thames Primary Academy and she will receive a WWF rhino adoption.

"Thank you for the work that you do with schools such as ours. Your work is invaluable to us..."

Llandeilo Primary School, Carmarthenshire