Why We Exist
People should be able to live healthy and happy lives. The challenges people face are outlined within the 17 goals.
Enactus students direct their energy, attention and skillset to create real impact.
SEES is focused on developing fun and exciting ways of engaging secondary school children in Sustainability and Employability. Through creative and interactive workshop designs, we offer a unique learning experience for students to engage with.
Providing respite to families of children with disabilities in Nottingham. Working in partnership with a Nottingham based charity to expand our impact by supporting the children within their school days.
Zimbabwe Fishery Project
We're aiming to create a self-sustaining source of income for people in Bulawayo by running fish farms in disused pools and selling the fish through local vendors. We have the plans developed, funds available and people to get the project started.
Vertical Farming in Schools
Young students often hear about the devastation climate change will cause, but without mention of insipiring solutions - and here we found our niche. Implementing vertical farming, aeroponics and other fancy tech, we're taking science and sustainability into schools, to empower young students to feel like scientists. We envisage classes of students who percieve themselves as able to pursue careers in STEM. We are currently manufacturing a prototype in collaboration with the university.
Mrs Oakes' Storybook Club
The Mrs Oakes' Sustainable Storytelling Club (The MOSS Club) aims to build positive self-images for primary school children so that they can feel empowered to positively impact the world, enabling them to believe that they are capable of achieving their ambitions.
MOSS Club is about bringing storytelling to schools in deprived areas. We encourage young children to think creatively about solving world problems and their own ability to be a superhero by animating and sharing their sustainable stories, starting with the students at Djanogly Strelley Academy.
Save Reality - Students learning to save real lives through virtual reality.
We’re changing the way that young students can discuss knife crime in the classroom. Leveraging technology, we provide immersive life-saving experiences to engage young people in conversations about knife crime. For the first time, virtual reality and life-saving skills are being used to frame a dialogue around knife crime constructively.