The Young Climate Warriors Ambassador Programme takes climate change discussions into primary schools across the UK. Connecting schools with local young ‘Climate Warriors Ambassadors’ to deliver in-person, discussion-based, interactive, animated climate change assemblies.
Helping pupils understand and engage with climate change, and our 'choices' for daily sustainable living in a positive, age-appropriate way.
Here are a couple of quotes from teachers:
‘The YCW assembly was a fun and informative way for our children to learn about climate change and about what they can do to help. We loved the heart-warming and inspiring message that by making small changes they can collectively make a huge difference’ ~ RAF Benson Primary School
‘The assembly was very informative and interactive, allowing the children to feel like they were taking an active role. Lots of children were able to express their opinions and there was lots of hands up to volunteer to take part’. ~ St Marys Prep School
‘The assembly was very thought provoking. It enabled the children to access the issues at their level. Staff spoke positively about the session afterwards and the children were able to recall their key learning’. ~ New Christ Church Primary School
‘We really enjoyed the assembly and the children were thoroughly engaged with the video and liked the ‘game’ selecting objects and trying to make links with what they had just watched’. ~ Golden Valley Primary School
For more details follow the link below or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like an assembly at your school.
Environment and Sustainability
KS1: ages 5-7, KS2: ages 7-11