Education programme for schools across the UK.

Climate change

Climate Change is currently NOT part of the National Curriculum for schools, but most head teachers confirm that it is now one of the most important topics they need to address as part of their schools’ education objectives.  We intend to fill that gap by enabling schools to undertake a wide range of climate and sustainability projects and research and share results with each other. Together with our project partners, we aim to revolutionise the understanding and subsequent behaviour of millions of school pupils and their communities to help realise the Net Zero goals and develop the young, educated, aware leaders necessary for the future of humanity and the planet.

Our aim

HOPES Sustainability aims to educate young children about both the complexities of the science involved as well as motivating them to take effective, practical action in their daily lives, which will, in turn, galvanise their parents and communities to join them. Supporting children, along with their families and teachers, to undertake a range of projects that build and share their knowledge and skills as they move through their education journey will equip them to be able to participate in the solutions required to deliver the Carbon Zero world we all need.

Getting involved

We would be delighted to involve many more schools in this collaborative initiative, so if you are a teacher, a parent, a pupil or a concerned member of a school community, please get in touch to explore how your school can join the project.

Ways to get involved


Recommend your school to take part


Donate to our crowdfunding project


Help develop resources for schools

"Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school"

Albert Einstein