Accreditations and Memberships
NABSS member schools are fully authorised and recognised by the corresponding education authorities in Spain. In order to obtain this authorisation they have to be certified by the British Council in Spain after having successfully passed inspections meeting British education standards. In order to be eligible for NABSS membership, schools must also be well-established and with a proven track record.
We received the maximum accreditation period, unusual for new schools, and were commended by the British Council regarding the quality of education we provide at Alma Forest.
EUDEC is a non-profit organisation that promotes democratic education as a sensible educational model for all democratic states. Its members are individuals, schools and institutions throughout Europe with decades of experience in democratic education.
One of the things that makes this organisation so unique is the active role played by school students at all levels: e.g. as individual members, on the EUDEC Council, in conference planning, in the organisation of programmes etc.
Created in 2020 by the Learning Planet Institute and UNESCO, the LearningPlanet Alliance is a community of diverse game changers and institutions learning to take care of oneself, others and the planet.
Our Alliance unites all change actors, from grassroots players and innovators (universities, NGOs, youth movements, social entrepreneurs…) to cities, national governments and multilateral organisations. Together we co-create new ways of learning, teaching, and researching by sharing our data, practices, knowledge and experience.
Eco-Schools is the largest global sustainable schools programme – it starts in the classroom and expands to the community by engaging the next generation in action-based learning.
The programme’s greatest achievement is arguably the fact that it produces generation after generation of sustainably minded, environmentally conscious people. These individuals will carry the behavioural patterns they uptake under the auspices of Eco-Schools with them through life, in turn teaching the next generation the habits to make a difference.
Common Worlds Research Collective
The Common Worlds Research Collective is an interdisciplinary network of researchers concerned with our relations with the more-than-human world. Members work across the fields of childhood studies, early childhood education, children’s and more-than-human geographies, environmental education, feminist new materialisms, and Indigenous and environmental humanities.