The UNESCO Associated Schools Programme is a global network of schools, which educate for sustainable development allowing every human being to acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary to shape a sustainable future.
The global network of over 10,000 educational institutions from 181 countries is coordinated internationally by UNESCO’s Sabine Detzel, based in Paris.
The UK ASPnet network is coordinated by the Steve Sinnott Foundation in partnership with the UK National Commission for UNESCO.
UNESCO Associated Schools in the UK
Banstead Infant School, Surrey
Beechwood Secondary School, Slough, Berkshire
Belle Vue Primary, Stourbridge
Bright Horizons, Birmingham
Burnside Business and Enterprise College, Wallsend
Croydon College, Croydon, Surrey
The Glasgow Academy, Glasgow
Hampton Academy, Hampton, Middlesex
King’s Park Primary School, Bournemouth
Liverpool Schools Parliament, Liverpool
Millbank Primary School, Cardiff
Northlew and Ashbury Primary School, Okehampton
Sheldon School, Chippenham
St Andrew’s C of E (V.A.) Primary School, Bath
St. Helen’s Primary School, Caerphilly
St Louis Catholic Primary School, Aylesbury
Tenterfields Primary School, West Midlands
The Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester, Dorset
Westfield School, Newcastle upon Tyne
The Woodroffe School, Lyme Regis
Yateley School and Sixth Form College, Hampshire
2016 Annual Essay Contest for young people
Organized by The Goi Peace Foundation
This annual essay contest is organized in an effort to harness the energy, imagination and initiative of the world’s youth in promoting a culture of peace and sustainable development. It also aims to inspire society to learn from the young minds and to think about how each of us can make a difference in the world.
THEME For 2016:”Education to Build a Better Future for All”
For more information and how to enter visit www.goipeace.or.jp/english/activities/programs/1601.html