Kids running together along the beach in front of words 'beach school' written in the sand

Sefton Coasts for Kids – an initiative to inspire the next generation of learners to protect the world’s coastlines – has been shortlisted for a Liverpool City Region Culture and Creativity Award.

If you remember back to the Sustainability Festival ‘Together Tuesday’, Irene Delgado-Fernandez did a talk ‘Coasts for Kids – where imagination meets science!‘ highlighting the importance and need to teach our children why coasts are important, how beaches and dunes work, how people affect them, and what can we do about it.

Due to the success of the project, it is in the running for an Impact Award for Environmental Sustainability. It was covered in Educate Today and The Champion. This important also work supports the University’s wider commitment to protecting the environment and becoming more sustainably driven.

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