School Sustainability Programme
Working in collaboration with UK primary schools, local educational charities we deliver an engaging and inspiring education in environmental sustainability.
We provide local children with 7 engaging educational trips that nurture their respect and understanding for the natural world, encouraging them to connect with nature, inspiring them to solve climate change and broadening their career opportunities.
Each school can take up to 420 children on exciting day trips to learn about forestry, biodiversity, energy, food, water, waste and what a sustainable city should look llike. They visit the UK’s largest community solar farm, a real MRF recycling centre with conveyor belts going in all directions, bell boating down the river with the Wildlife Trust to learn about water conservation, biodiversity and tree planting, they take part in cookery classes on a farm so they can appreciate sustainable farming techniques and finally we take a Lego into the school so that the children can build a giant sustainable city.
The programme has been designed to support the national curriculum in science, english and DT, including free lesson plans for teachers to consolidate what the children have learnt.
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