Global Learning for Sustainable Schools

Pestalozzi International Village Trust, Sedlescombe, East Sussex

Bore Place organic gardenAngus had a role in monitoring and evaluation this three-year project on the global dimension and millenium development goals with eleven schools in East Sussex.

A projct leader at Pestalozzi managed the project, which also involved the local authority, with funding from the Department for International Development.

One of the project outcomes was the website Pestalozzi for Schools which includes a record of the schools’ work.

Another outcome was a CPD conference held at the University of Sussex, Falmer on 21 March 2013.

“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support
over the last two years with the project. It has been invaluable and
I have really appreciated your advice and insight.”

Hazel Lawrence, Pestalozzi [opens in a new window] [opens in a new window]


Part of the schools’ CPD activity included a residential at Bore Place near Edenbridge.

This is the early morning milking session for Commonworks’s organic dairy herd:

Commonwork milking
There was a cross-over with another project when we ran the Colliers Green Focus activity for pupils on the Pestalozzi site. A pupil called Ed from Bishop Bell took this photograph showing a personal perspective on his day…
Photo workshop perspectives

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