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.
30 March 2013
During Waste Week the Pod asked students to encourage their families and friends to think about the waste they produce and how they can reduce, reuse and recycle more. It's not too late for you to take part too.
28 March 2013
Why not think about including global biodiversity into your planning for next term? It is the perfect way to incorporate both Eco-Schools topics of biodiversity and global citizenship within your curriculum work and is a great opportunity to explore some of the amazing wildlife and plants from around the world.
27 March 2013
The government is considering dropping climate change from the national geography curriculum. As environmental ambassadors, we hope you will join us in fighting against the proposed plans. Here are three simple actions to help keep climate change in the curriculum.
26 March 2013
Great news the Eco-Schools solar service for schools is back! This means that your school can now generate renewable solar energy for free.
25 March 2013
Eco-Schools would like to congratulate all those schools that took part in this year’s Waste Week campaign. Over 3100 schools got involved from across the country and both Eco-Schools and the Pod have had some amazing feedback about the activities undertaken and waste savings made over the week.
19 March 2013
As last year’s winner in the European high school category was a Green Flag Eco-School, why not get involved too and try to win a prize this year.
06 March 2013
As March is the official start of Spring, why not use the opportunity to plan some lessons, activities or eco-clubs outside of the classroom. We’ve pulled together some top ideas, resources and inspirational case studies to help you get started.
04 March 2013
There are thousands of schools, Eco-Coordinators and Eco-Committees all around England, progressing along their own Eco-Schools journey. Each of these have lessons they've learnt, successes to celebrate and stories or ideas to inspire other Eco-Schools. By sharing your stories, you can help other Eco-Schools and gain some recognition for the fantastic work you've been doing.