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It's simple to organise, fun for students, something the whole school can get involved with and inspired by plus a way to involve parents and the local community.
Energy, its business, and to all our futures and we’re proud to be working with Wastebuster and the British Science Association to help us achieve this.
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Don't miss out - we are offering an additional £500 worth of science points to the first three schools that collect one tonne of textiles from collections held between 1 January 2015 until 31 December 2015.
Our campaigns inspire young people to take action – They can be led by students themselves which is an essential criterion for an eco-school award. Why not get a keen group of students to take the lead?
We have lots of resources to make taking part easy, fun, impactful and rewarding. - we have a huge suite of resources to help make this whole school event a big success.
PLUS the first 2500 schools and groups to sign up will receive a free energy resource pack in the post including badges and stickers.
Our Citizen Science activity run in collaboration with the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO), will help investigate the impacts that climate change is having on birds across the UK. Our textile recycling programme, run together with the British Science Association and Wastebuster, gives students the opportunity to learn about waste, re-use and recycling.
You can do as much or as little as you want and we will have lots of resources to help support your campaign including lesson plans, factsheets, presentations, games, quick activities and more.
Children love taking part in things that thousands of other people are doing too.