The Education People

SDG Action Network

Our SDG Action on September 25th

Early Years Education for Sustainable Development

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Kent
Number of people taking this action: 250 or more
The Education People have developed a Global Action Programme to introduce early years children to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.  The programme operates on a rolling basis focusing on individual SDG's providing information, advice and practical activities.  This enables early years professionals to raise awareness and introduce the Sustainable Development Goals to pre-school children in an age appropriate way. The Education People are also launching a new award to introduce Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) to the Early Years and Childcare Sector for the benefit of young children and their families.  The award links to both the  United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the Early Years Foundation Stage and is available nationally and internationally. The Education People's Early Years and Childcare Service is planning a range of activities and actions to support SDG1 No Poverty including holding a Family Food Bank collection on 25 September and focusing more widely on SDG1 through the delivery of four workshops for early years professionals in October. For more information on our Early Years Global Action Programme or to register for the new Early Years Education for Sustainable Development Award please go to  https://www.theeducationpeople.org/sustainable-development-goals/
SDGs
ALL SDGs
Organising Partners
The Education People

About The Education People

The Education People are the new one-stop shop for education services, supporting the full age range from early years to young adults. Our mission is to support early years and childcare settings, schools and colleges, to improve learning, wellbeing and children’s development in Kent and beyond.

The Education People are launching a new Early Years Education for Sustainable Development award to the Early Years and Childcare Sector for the benefit of young children and their families. The award links to both the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the Early Years Foundation Stage and is available nationally and internationally.

Countries We Work in
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Languages We Work in
English
SDGs We Tackle
ALL SDGs
TYPE
academia