Biodiversity

Biodiversity

How can we make sure we reduce our impact on biodiversity? By improving student’s understanding and appreciation of it and of its importance and by nurturing the creativity they need to come up with new ways of protecting and enhancing biodiversity.

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Project idea 1 – BLUE Campaign 

Have you seen small blue hearts staked out in people’s gardens, on road verges or in school playgrounds? These blue hearts show that you care for nature and are trying to restore biodiversity. Other than make the blue hearts out of any re-cycled materials, you don’t have to do anything, and it’s free! These ‘little nature reserves’ designated with the blue heart symbol are growing all across the country. BLUE campaign’s partnership with Eco-Schools England will work with schools to make ‘little nature reserves’ in their school grounds.

Project idea 2 – RSPB ‘Giving Nature A Home’

Taking part in the  Big Schools’ Bird Watch or Wild Challenge  can be used as evidence for your Green Flag Award application. By working collaboratively with the RSPB our aim is to enable schools to make environmental awareness an integral part of school life.

 Visit our Biodiversity Pinterest  for more  inspiration 

See our full range of Biodiversity partners who can help you with this topic.

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