Secondary Education – TAKE ACTION, CHANGE FASHION!

The TAKE ACTION, CHANGE FASHION! programme challenges students to become true changemakers. Exploring the Fashion for Good Museum, they will discover tips, actions and challenges, collecting them with an RFID bracelet to create their own Good Fashion Action Plan of simple, conscious and sustainable steps to kick start their Good Fashion Journey.

During the TAKE ACTION CHANGE FASHION! programme the students will:

  • Gain an understanding of their own buying and consumption habits and how they can become a conscious consumer and be more sustainable in their daily lives.
  • Create an action plan to change their fashion behaviour through simple actions they can apply in daily life to begin their own good fashion journey.
  • Learn about the challenges of today’s fashion value chain, unsustainable practices and the solutions needed to drive the transformation towards circularity.


Practical information

  • For all levels and years of secondary education
  • A visit + guided tour of the museum
  • Capacity: approx. 25 students per class
  • Duration: 1.5 hours
  • Rate: € 150 per class
  • Includes access for two teachers or supervisors


What do you receive?

  • Access to the museum for the entire day
  • Sustainable tips and tricks which can be used in everyday life
  • An adaptable extra activity, to work through later with your students in the classroom for ongoing impact.



The TAKE ACTION, CHANGE FASHION! programme can be booked for any day, at least 2 weeks in advance.

For bookings or any other questions, please contact

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