Oxfordshire’s Great Big Green Week launches with a impressive programme next weekend – see you on Broad Street?
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Oxfordshire’s Great Big Green Week starts this Saturday, with a ‘Walk for Life on Earth’ procession from St Frideswide Square … Read More

Rest in peace, Floyd Cooper – thank you for the beautiful images
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Illustrator Floyd Cooper, one half of the duo behind one of our Many Voices Collection top book picks, has died … Read More

LCWO donates 23 books to the Many Voices Collection
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You may have read our post about why Nathan Bryon and Dapo Adeola’s ‘Clean up!’ was our favourite children’s book … Read More

Kids’ homeschooling resources from Oxfam
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Some homeschooling links from our friends at Oxfam: New Year’s Resolutions: Help learners shape their ideal future COVID-19 responses around … Read More

Nature-themed gifts for kids made with the environment in mind
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  Yesterday’s post was about why ‘Clean Up!’ by Nathan Bryon is my pro-environmental kid’s book of the year, and … Read More

LCWO wins Westmill Solar Co-operative funding for KidsCAN work
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We’re thrilled to announce that we have been successful in our bid to Westmill Solar Co-operative’s first round of community … Read More

Nathan Bryon and Dapo Adeola’s ‘Clean up!’ is my favourite children’s book of 2020 – here’s why
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My 4 year old and I discovered this book, by Nathan Bryon and illustrated by Dapo Adeola, earlier this year.  … Read More

Talking to kids about climate change in a safe and empowering way – VIDEO for those who missed the workshop this week
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Thanks to those of you who came along to our workshop on talking to kids about climate change, which we … Read More

How to talk to kids about climate change in a safe and empowering way – workshop on November 2nd!
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We’re really pleased to be offering a workshop as part of this year’s CAG Fresh Thinking workshop series. At 6pm … Read More

COOL for KIDS! A selection of free online resources useful for homeschooling
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There are some great FREE online resources emerging under lockdown, aimed at children being homeschooled.  Here are a few we … Read More

Design a banner competition – your school’s chance to lead the way in healthy travel to school – DEADLINE 6 March 2020
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Oxford Friends of the Earth and Oxford City Council have launched a joint competition for school children in Oxford in … Read More

Announcing our new Key Stage 2 SATS literacy revision booklet on Climate Change!
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We’re thrilled to announce the publication of our FREE and DOWNLOADABLE KidsCAN Key Stage 2 SATS literacy revision booklet on … Read More

Reaching kids outside the ‘green bubble’ – case study from Rose Hill & Iffley Low Carbon
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Eleanor Watts, from the community action group Rose Hill & Iffley Low Carbon, shares her wisdom and her group’s learning … Read More

Quick round-up of truly inspiring stuff from XR October Rebellion this week
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Some deeply inspiring stuff happening in London this week at the XR October Rebellion.  Here are a few examples – … Read More

We have launched a new baby website for our KidsCAN communication work
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www.kidsclimateaction.org Our work exploring communicating climate change in a safe and empowering way with kids is really taking off, with … Read More

Two workshops for teachers this November
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  For primary & early years educators, 12.11.19: Experienced trainer and psychotherapist Jo McAndrews is returning to Oxford to offer … Read More

Introducing our work at the Low Carbon Hub’s Inspiring Communities event
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This Monday, we were invited to give an overview of our work to-date at the Low Carbon Hub‘s Inspired by … Read More

A message for parents about taking children to London’s XR Rebellion
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Some thoughts from coach and psychotherapist Jo McAndrews for parents taking children to the London Rebellion:

XR Oxford’s Art-Science Extravanganza – we ran a workshop on talking to kids
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Did you make it to XR Oxford’s visually impressive and emotionally powerful Art-Science Extravaganza at the Museum of Natural History … Read More

That went well then! Feedback from Jo McAndrew’s talk
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If you missed the workshop in June, you can watch a version of Jo’s talk online here.  We plan to … Read More