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bgen are pleased to share with you our updated 2014 Conference Programme for ‘Learning for sustainable Development; what have we learnt and where are we going’ that is taking place at Paignton Zoo Environmental Park from 5 – 7 November. Why not take a look and see what is in store? Book now on this website to take advantage of the ‘Early Bird’ fee. (more…)
Head of Education and Learning
National Botanic Garden of Wales
This is an exciting opportunity for a professional teacher passionate about the environment and with a proven track record in delivering formal and informal, outdoor, biological science education. Leading the Garden’s education delivery you will be making an important contribution to the success of one of the most iconic destinations in (more…)
What could bring a network of Britain’s botanical educators and enthusiasts to assemble at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew on a hot summer’s day?
Probably a number of reasons, in fact, but few quite as special as the celebration of 25 years since the formation of bgen. Continue reading
This programme looked at implementation of the new curriculum and explored what was new and how it impacted on organisations. Delegates appreciated the lovely surroundings of the South London Botanical Institute and the delicious lunch provided there.
Delegates were welcomed by Sarah Williams, Schools Programme Manager, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, and Roy Vickery, SLBI Chairman. Roy gave a brief history of the building and Institute.
Community Outreach Adviser – North East
The Children’s Foundation, Central Newcastle
Circa £26,000 per annum depending on experience
Help the RHS get more schools growing in the North East by supporting schools who want to raise their pupils’ achievement, self-esteem and care of the environment through gardening. Can you inspire children and young people, teachers, parents and community volunteers to get involved? Then this (more…)