The Big Battery Hunt
Register your school to be part of Duracell’s FREE education programme and recycling challenge. Students will learn about battery recycling and win fantastic prizes. The programme contains fun curriculum linked maths activities and homework sheets.
All participating schools and students will be entered into a draw for prizes including; 1-year MyMaths subscriptions for schools, educational trips for students and teachers to a sustainability centre, iPads for winning students, and Duracell Bunnies for selected runners up.
It’s never been easier to get you school involved in recycling simply sign-up to receive a kit containing:
- Collection boxes with fun activities and facts for all participating students
- A recycling container for your all registered schools
- Colour printed resources, including pupil workbooks and progress charts, for the first 120 schools to register (available to download for all schools)
The challenge is accompanied by a resource which includes detailed teacher notes, an engaging assembly presentation, a progress tracker and a pupil booklet to work through in class or set as homework. It will help teach pupils aged 9-11 the importance of recycling while challenging them to several curriculum-linked maths tasks.
‘It is a great cause and a fantastic project for our ECO committee to sink their teeth into’ Teacher, Big Battery Hunt
Kits will be posted directly to your school so make sure to register now to receive yours in the week beginning Monday 11th December – just in time to make sure you can collect all those used Christmas-time batteries!
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The Big Battery Hunt Competition
Once your pupils have completed the Big Battery Hunt let us know how many batteries they have collected, using the competition entry forms found in your pupil booklets, to be in with the chance of winning some great prizes.
Make sure to collect your pupil’s competition slips and return them to us using the freepost envelope label contained within the resource by Thursday 26th April.