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Energy

School’s have two main uses for energy: heating and electricity. Find out how you could work to reduce your schools consumption.

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Litter

In the same way that Keep Britain Tidy sees litter as a symptom of wider social problems, OFSTED see litter as a sign of student’s respect (or not) for their learning environment. How could your school become litter free?

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Waste

Waste comes in many different forms – food, paper, electrical, metal – it can all be reduced, reused or recycled. How can your school manage waste better?

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Water

Water; the stuff of life. What can your school do use this most precious of resources wisely?

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Global Citizenship

We share the planet with billions of people, animals and plants. Does your school have a positive or negative impact on the lives of others?

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Transport

Cycling, Trains, Emissions, Buses, Traffic calming, Air pollution, Walking, Active travel, Climate Change.

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Healthy Living

People are part of the environment. We want both to be healthy. How does your school promote lifestyles that are good for us and good for the environment?

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Biodiversity

How do you promote Biodiversity at school? What activities could my school carry out?

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School Grounds

A school’s grounds are a fantastic environment in which to let imagination run wild. How will your school make the most of its outside space?

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Interactive Eco-School

You can find a greener version of pretty much everything your school uses; pencils, carpets, uniforms, energy. Here you can investigate how you can ‘green’ your school

Interactive Eco-School