One week into our Scottish campaign

This week was the official launch of Teach the Future Scotland, and we are happy to say it has been a big success!


After a lot of hard work behind the scenes from our amazing volunteers, as well as much appreciated support from the Teach the Future England team, the Scottish campaign is fully up and running.


Over the past week, we have released our asks document, as well as videos explaining each of our four asks for the Scottish government.  We have also written to Nicola Sturgeon regarding the launch of our campaign. We hope that she will engage with us and that she will push for a green recovery for education after the education secretary, John Swinney, failed to respond to our letter. 


We have received a lot of support for the campaign, even from MSPs, and we can't thank everyone enough.


Join the team:

If you are a Scottish student interested in becoming a Teach the Future Scotland volunteer, we are running three volunteer recruitment calls next week

  • on Wednesday the 15th at 5pm,

  • Saturday the 18th at 5pm,

  • and Monday the 20th at 7pm.

To get involved in the campaign come along to one of these calls, please email us at scotland@teachthefuture.uk for an invite link.


Keep up to date on our campaign by watching our social media, this is only the start of our campaign for climate emergency education!

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About

Teach the Future is a youth-led campaign to urgently repurpose the entire education system around the climate emergency and ecological crisis.
The English campaign is run by two organisations, UKSCN and SOS-UK.

The Scottish campaign is run by two organisations, SYCS and NUS Scotland.

The campaign is led by a team of over 40 young volunteers. 

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