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Eco Schools

Eco-Schools is an international award programme that guides schools on their sustainable journey, providing a framework to help embed these principles into the heart of school life.

Who to contact

Name
Eco-Schools England
Telephone
01942 612621
Email
eco-schools@keepbritaintidy.org
Website
http://www.eco-schools.org.uk
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Address
Keep Britain Tidy
Elizabeth House
The Pier
Wigan
Postcode
WN3 4EX

Where to go

Area served
Suffolk

Days & Times

Our comprehensive website gives you all the information you will need on Eco Schools, please visit it today and help to make a difference.

Other details

Age Groups
Pre-school, Children (5-11), Young people
Notes

Joining the Eco-Schools programme is free and it makes tackling sustainable issues manageable and easy for all schools, whether they are children’s centres, nurseries, primary schools, secondary schools or schools with special status. Once registered, schools follow a simple seven-step process which helps them to address a variety of environmental themes, ranging from litter and waste to healthy living and biodiversity. Children are the driving force behind Eco-Schools – they lead the eco-committee and help carry out an audit to assess the environmental performance of their school. Through consultation with the rest of the school and the wider community it is the pupils that decide which environmental themes they want to address and how they are going to do it. Measuring and monitoring is an integral part of the Eco-Schools programme, providing schools with all the evidence they need to really shout about their environmental success. Schools work towards gaining one of three awards – Bronze, Silver and the prestigious Green Flag award, which symbolises excellence in the field of environmental activity. Bronze and Silver are both self accredited through this website and Green Flag is externally assessed by Keep Britain Tidy.

Last Updated
02/10/2015

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