Do your pupils know the importance of recycling Glass? Help them become Glass Guardians with this fun and exciting cross-curricular education project and win great prizes!
"My plastic bottle doesn't make a difference"... says 7 billion people! Help your 11-16 year-olds become sustainable consumers and protect our oceans with the Sky Ocean Rescue resources then challenge them to express their voices with the blog competition.
Be Bold for Brave Girls is an inspiring, new fundraising and social action programme linked to the new Relationship and Sex Education curriculum.
Can your pupils solve the nation’s plastic problem? Their mission is to understand how important it is to recycle plastic. With the help of the Plastic Investigators resources they’ll be super PI agents in no time!
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Is your school Plastic Fantastic? By 2050 there will be as much plastic as fish in our oceans! Empower your pupils to take action and recycle their bathroom plastics.
Take part in year two of the UK’s biggest school battery recycling programme. Help your pupils understand the importance of recycling batteries and receive free collection boxes for your school!
Make it Happen! Is back to teach more teens about what project management really is and how much fun it can be. Fulfil your schools Gatsby benchmarks with the opportunity to receive an in-school mentoring session.
Help empower S1 and S2 students to change the culture of littering in Scotland with this free resource pack with links to Curriculum for Excellence.
Fuel your pupils' imaginations and help them become master story writers! Storytelling Adventures provides a suite of engaging resources, including an exciting digital activity. Pupils will develop their creative writing skills with the help of some famous authors.
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