Their website https://ukscn.org/ says
UK Student Climate Network (UKSCN) was set up by a small group of under-18s who are taking to the streets to protest the government’s lack of action on the Climate Crisis. We are partnering with many groups to create a strong movement of students to send a message that we are tired of being ignored.
We were inspired by the powerful and direct protests made by young people against climate inaction across the rest of Europe.
In particular, young climate activist Greta Thunberg’s speeches and ideas are central to our mission. This involves radically reforming the role and power of young people in national action against climate change.
To achieve this we will employ strong and repeated student-led protest to promote our diverse voices calling for a common aim.
With 200 species going extinct every day and water scarcity affecting up to 360 million people, our objectives have never been more relevant.
We, the students, demand that…
The Government declare a climate emergency and prioritise the protection of life on Earth, taking active steps to achieve climate justice.
The national curriculum is reformed to address the ecological crisis as an educational priority.
The Government communicate the severity of the ecological crisis and the necessity to act now to the general public.
The Government recognise that young people have the biggest stake in our future, by incorporating youth views into policy making and bringing the voting age down to 16.