Ever wondered what kids aged 7-11 think should be done about climate change? Read the Top 5 prize-winning essays in the primary schools category of the TSL 2017 Int'l Schools Essay Competition here!
Dominique was selected as the best among several students to represent Seychelles in the International Debate for the International Essay Competition initiated by Living Rainforest in United Kingdom. The debate was held from August 8-11, 2014 where Dominique was accompanied by his geography teacher.
Young people from around the world are invited to enter the 2018 International Essay Contest for Young People organized by the Goi Peace Foundation, a Key Partner of the Global Action Programme on ESD (GAP). The annual contest is organized in an effort to harness the energy, creativity and initiative of the world's youth in promoting a culture of peace and sustainable.
The Living Rainforest became a sustainability education charity, led by Karl Hansen (the charity was later renamed the Trust for Sustainable Living). 2005 The Human Impact Building opened at the Living Rainforest, featuring demonstration sustainable materials and technologies such as passive ventilation, timber from well-managed forests, recycled newspaper insulation and a biomass boiler.
ST JOHN'S PREP SCHOOL DEBATING COMPETITION 2012 Third place. The Living Rainforest NATIONAL SCHOOLS ESSAY COMPETITION 2010-11 Key Stage 2 shortlist - Ben Hawken, Olly Tjia, Joe Crolla Ket Stage 3 shortlist - Christopher Churchlow, James Akka, Alex Collins, James Sweetland. CRANLEIGH CREATIVE WRITING COMPETITION 2015 (competition reinstated).
Trust for Sustainable Living International Schools Essay Competition and Debate 2020. The Trust for Sustainable Living organization is pleased to invite school children around the world to share their dreams on the potential of partnerships to help achieve a more sustainable future.
The Trust for Sustainable Living aims to help inform, educate and inspire people to live more sustainable lives. At the Trust's flagship visitor centre, The.
TSL hosts the annual International Schools Essay Competition and Debate and the Schools Sustainability Challenge, which attract the participation of schools in over 80 countries. TSL runs the Living Rainforest education centre in Hampstead Norreys, Berkshire, which welcomes around 100,000 visitors a year including 25,000 children on curriculum-linked school visits.