16 May 2013
Read about the work of Millie, Sam and other members of Ringwood School who took part in the Send My Friend To School campaign.
08 May 2013
On Friday 5th July 2013 schools all over the country will be learning outside for Empty Classroom Day. Empty Classroom Day is the day to celebrate all the learning outside the classroom that takes place and to encourage even more. The day was created by schools and organisations at London Sustainable Schools Forum and the idea is simple: One class, outdoors, for one lesson on one day.
01 May 2013
We'd like to introduce you to our new Eco-Schools Ambassadors 2013-2015!
29 April 2013
Now once you've logged in at www.eco-schools.org.uk, you'll now have the opportunity to do more, see more and take more control of your Eco-Schools journey. We've also improved and relaunched our Energy awards, so schools can gain recognition for the amazing improvements they are making.
23 April 2013
Keep Britain Tidy, and SEEd (Sustainability and Environmental Education) have joined forces with high-profile charities and organisations to urge the Government to keep sustainability in the National Curriculum.
18 April 2013
A UNICEF UK poll published yesterday has proved what we at Eco-Schools have known for some time. English school students are deeply concerned about the effects of climate change on their future and the future of young people like them in developing countries all around the world.
09 April 2013
Keep Britain tidy has an exciting role in Wakefield; educating schools, organisations and communities with the aim of increasing awareness of waste minimisation and recycling.
08 April 2013
As this March was the second coldest since records began and unusual in many ways, why not use this opportunity to incorporate climate science into your lessons or Eco-projects. We’ve brought together a range of useful resources to help you.
04 April 2013
Enter the Green School scholarship competition and find out if you're school could win a trip to Bali.
03 April 2013
More than 90% of teachers want the environment to stay part of the English National Curriculum, a study by Keep Britain Tidy has today revealed.