Our programmes create spaces in education to empower young people to take the lead in climate action. With the help of our partner organisations, we are helping educators bring topics around climate change and the environment into the classroom.
Take a look at Transform Our World’s current featured programmes below. If you have a programme which could help create a new movement of young people, please get in touch using the enquiry form at the bottom of the page.
At the bottom of this list you will find some programmes that come at a cost - they are clearly marked with a pound (£) sign.
The Big Bang Competition
The Big Bang Competition is the UK’s top annual science and engineering competition and inspires inquisitive minds to think big, challenge facts, ask questions and invent solutions.
The Competition is free and open to all students aged 11 to 19 studying in the UK. Competitors can only enter one project, either on their own or as part of a team.
Dirt is Good Schools Programme
Powering up young people to take positive action for a better world.
The Dirt Is Good Schools Programme is an exciting opportunity for students in primary and secondary schools. Students are supported to take action on environmental and social issues that they care about.
The Big Ideas Programme
The programme is an annual enrichment programme that focuses on sustainability and combines STEM learning and STEM activities with enterprise and employability skills.
Students between the ages of 11-14 year olds work in teams to help solve a sustainability issue.
This programme empowers young Londoners to plan and deliver their own social action project tackling the issues they care about head-on. Every Londoner has the power to make change happen in the city, and what better time to start than right now?
Gain access to exciting workshop resources and book a live inspire session for your class.
Eat Like A Champ
Eat Like A Champ is a free six lesson programme designed to help children aged 9 and 10 years old across the UK learn about healthy, sustainable lifestyles in a fun and exciting way!
Clean Air for Schools Framework
The Clean Air for Schools Framework helps schools develop their own tailored clean air action plan with a range of activities they can take to improve air quality in and around their school.
A free, nationwide, PSHE-accredited, schools programme, which delivers dynamic period education for use in primary and secondary schools. To ensure teachers feel confident in delivering the content and to eliminate misconceptions, they attend a free Rethink Periods training event and then can gain access to the programme resources.
Plastic Clever Schools
Kids Against Plastic have created this 3-stage pack to help schools succeed in their efforts to fight single-use plastic. It is freely available to schools, all you need to do is register to receive your 'Welcome Pack'.
Energy Sparks is an online, school-specific energy analysis tool & energy education programme.
Although schools sign up to the project in order to address their energy costs and emissions, the activities created by Energy Sparks and all energy data from their schools are available for anyone to use/view.
A new digital action programme designed to equip the next generation of environmental leaders with the tools and knowledge to take action for nature during the lockdown and lead a green recovery from the COVID crisis.
Clean Air Day
Take action for clean air. Clean Air Day is a chance for the whole country to come together and improve air quality through collective action.
Help students and teachers embed environmental action and learning into the heart of school life and their local community with the The Seven Step Eco-Schools programme.