In this issue
Children and young people are increasingly aware of the challenges the world is facing as a result of climate change. They are tackling it head on through their actions, and very often at the same time educating parents, and grandparents on how the steps we can all take to support the world we live in. Education is key to understanding and addressing climate change. This year her Majesty The Queen celebrates her Platinum Jubilee. The event is already being celebrated in many of our schools as they take part in The Queen’s Green Canopy. Trees are being planted in school grounds and community spaces. Young people are getting their hands dirty as they plant a single tree or in some cases hundreds of trees across the south and south-west. This simple act of planting a tree covers so many subjects across the curriculum, from maths to history. These lessons learnt by children today are helping to create a living legacy, one that will be there to benefit generations to come.
From the editor