Meet the UK's first Climate Change Teacher

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Bec Wakefield is the UK's first official Climate Change Teacher under trial scheme |Credit: Harwood Education
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Bec Wakefield is the UK's first official Climate Change Teacher under trial scheme |Credit: Harwood Education

Bec Wakefield becomes the first UK teacher to become accredited under the UN's Climate Change Teacher pilot programme

Pupils at Down Hall Primary School in Rayleigh, Essex, will this week be the first children in the country to learn about the climate crisis from a UN-accredited teacher. Bec Wakefield, a reception...

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