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Georgina Greaves

Derbyshire Environmental Studies Service
Environmental Studies Service Manager
I have a background in Environmental Studies, education and Teaching. I've worked in a wide range of positions from Ecological Assistant for a quarry and landfill firm, teaching in a Secondary School, teaching in Ghana, running an educational and field studies centre at Carsington Water reservoir, working for Derbyshire Dales District Council on Environmental Education projects and my current position with Derbyshire County Council. I have written, developed and delivered a wide range of learning and engagement projects for young people, adults and families on environmental issues, heritage, landscape, architecture and the built environment.
I have a degree in Environmental Studies, a PGCE and Qualified Teacher Status, am a Registered Practitioner with the Institute of Outdoor Learning (RPIOL) and a Level 3 Forest School Practitioner.
I have wide ranging experience of working with partner organisations to deliver successful projects including:

• Teacher training courses on teaching curriculum subjects outside the classroom in school grounds and local spaces.
• Delivering a wide range of day fieldwork programmes in the natural and built environment for young people of all ages and abilities.
• Department for International Development funded projects with Global Education Derby including ‘Green Flag for Development’.
• Environmental based projects on energy, climate change, waste, recycling, biodiversity: including ‘Everybody’s Talking About Climate Change’ across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, Biodiversity Action in Schools and Eco-Schools programmes.
• Heritage Lottery Funded Projects: Townscape Heritage Initiatives and Schemes (leading young people projects with Chesterfield, Long Eaton, Glossopdale, Swadlincote). Leading the Young Roots project ‘Technology Then, Technology Now, Heritage Grants programmes (New Bolsover Model Village, Ilkeston Town Hall) Landscape Partnerships (DerwentWISE and Limestone Journeys)
• Long term Forest School programme delivery including Forest School programmes funded by Public Health Teams focusing on health, well-being, physical activity and good mental health.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, January 3

3:15pm GMT