Earth Science Education Forum for England and Wales

Aims

The aims of the Earth Science Education Forum for England and Wales are:

  • To promote earth science in education at all levels.
  • To bring together all relevant organisations in pursuit of the above.

Objectives

To encourage and enable ESEF members to:

  • develop their own targets for earth science education (including vocational education)
  • monitor progress towards those targets
  • share information on current and future initiatives in earth science education; and
  • support one another in the development of current and future initiatives.

To support the activities of members through:

Aims pic
  • co-ordinating effort
  • publicising information about current and new initiatives
  • developing networking between and beyond member organisations; and
  • co-ordination of attempts to influence decision-makers.

GeoWeek (Mobilising the geoscience community behind an outreach/education initiative)

The ESEF agreed, at its 65th meeting, that the name for the 'Mobilising the geoscience community behind an outreach/education initiative' would be GeoWeek and initially that this would run from 5-13 May 2018.

More about GeoWeek

More information about the Forum

Information on membership of ESEF (EW).
Links to current member organisations.

ESEF provides administrative assistance (convening meetings)
for the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Earth and Environmental Sciences.