Whole School Approach to Climate Change

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  1. Modeling Climate Action : Biodiversity and Nature, Energy, Litter and Waste
  2. Time : April 2017 – December 2017
  3. Numbers of Student: 43 students
  4. Numbers of Teacher: 7  teachers
  5. Community Involvement: Parents and community around the school
  6. Implementation:
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1April 2017Creating a Climate Action Team, consists of 1 principal, 5 teachers, and 2 support staff.

Whole School Approach to Climate Change

2April  – December 2017
  1. Teaching Climate Change In All Subject Areas
  2. Teaching Critical, Creative And Futures Thinking
  3. Empowering Students To Take Action

Whole School Approach to Climate Change

3April  – December 2017Modeling Climate Action.

1. Energy: Turning off lights, computers and other electronics when not in use. Put label in almost of electricity plugs.

Whole School Approach to Climate Change

2. Biodiversity and Nature:

a. Planting native flowers, trees shrubs, fruits and vegetables.

Whole School Approach to Climate Change
b. Planting trees that provide shade for play areas, outdoor learning areas, and the school building.

Whole School Approach to Climate Change3. Water: Turning off water after they finished their ablution (wudhu) or when not in use  

Whole School Approach to Climate Change4. Litter and Waste

a. Encouraging students to put the food leftovers into the bin after they eat  and to put the waste in the right place.

Whole School Approach to Climate Changeb. Weekly Cleaning:  involving students in cleaning the school yard

Whole School Approach to Climate Change

 

 

 

 

 

 

4April  – December 2017Community Partnership. We take learning outside the classroom and organize local field trips by visiting the Godong Ijo Nursery Garden and Taman Safari Indonesia, it is a wildlife conservation located in Bogor, West Java.

Whole School Approach to Climate Change

5December 2017Reporting to UNESCO ASPnet Indonesia Coordinator, Ms. Hasnah Gasim