“Green Teach Meet” on Thurs 19th June – please let all eco-minded teachers in#Manchester know about it

Do you know a teacher who cares about the environment and helping their pupils understand what is happening, and what can be done? If so, please forward the details below to them!

The Greater Manchester Growing Schools Hub in partnership with Didsbury Road Primary School brings you growing workshops and the first Green Teach Meet on
Thursday 19th June 2014 from 3.45pm to 7pm
Schools from across the sub-region are invited to this exciting session with the focus on school grounds and Growing Schools.
Jo Fallows from Didsbury Road Primary (Didsbury Road, Heaton Mersey, Stockport SK4 3HB ) will give a tour of the school grounds, followed by two workshops ‘Putting the fun into funding’, as requested at the last twilight, and ‘Plants for free’. There will be a ‘lite bite’ followed by the ‘Green Teach Meet’ with presentations from 6pm with the aim of sharing examples of great practice that can really make a difference!
To sign up for delivering a Teach Meet presentation click on this link: http://teachmeet.pbworks.com/w/page/79517006/Green%20TeachMeet#view=page
You can choose to deliver either a 6 minute micro presentation or a 3 minute nano presentation – our only request is no PowerPoints please!
Or, if you would rather simply book a place to attend the session please email Raichael at: coordinator@meen.org.uk
We hope you can join us as it promises to be a great session!

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