STUDENTS

Educate your students about climate change, empower them to take action to tackle it, and help them to build the knowledge, skills and values they will need for a sustainable future.

SCHOOLS

Take your first steps towards becoming a zero carbon school, improve your curriculum and become a community hub for learning about and taking action to tackle the climate crisis.

TEACHERS

Get support to enhance your teaching by including climate and the natural world, making your lessons more relevant and purposeful.

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WHAT TEACHERS ARE SAYING

Green Schools Project has been phenomenal in working with us to transform our whole school community‘s understanding of climate change and the part we can all play in making a difference.
Heather Stokes
Headteacher, Eslington Primary School, Newcastle
Green Schools Project and their volunteers offer outstanding support for your Eco-Council. They make it possible for your students to be empowered and self-aware of what they can do to tackle climate change.
Edmund Stubbs
Teacher, Morpeth School, London
The sixth form students running the projects have gained skills and experiences that have helped them to gain entry to Russell Group universities and the savings on energy costs has made a real difference.
Yvonne Barry
Headteacher, Kingsmead School
Fabulous resources to help scaffold some highly successful initiatives and an excellent way to get young people involved in environmental campaigns.
Rebecca Cleary
Head of Geography, Hatch End High School

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING

Being greener together means being part of a bigger community.
Anna Kenningham
Year 9 Eco-Team Member, Bishop Thomas Grant School
I enjoy our Green Schools paper recycling project because I enjoy competitions and I think it is really fun
Zalfa Issa
Year 8 Eco-Team Member, Ark John Keats Academy