Watch the video showing how Skinners’ Academy and its students has benefited from working with Green Schools Project. 

Read the Kingsmead Case Study to see how one school saved £37,000 over three years.

If you’d like to help your students to do similar work to these three, it’s time to Go Green!

Skinners’ Academy

Kingsmead School

Bishop Thomas Grant

Bishop Thomas Grant School in Lambeth set up their Eco-Team with help from Green Schools Project in September 2015. Students in Years 8 and 9 have been taking the lead and are working on a variety of projects.

As seen in the photo their big achievement last year was to create a vegetable garden, growing potatoes, beans, spinach and courgettes. They also held a recycling competition to see which house could recycle the most. They organised bake sales which raised money for snow leopard conservation. If you watched Planet Earth 2 you’ll have seen the benefit of their actions!

This year they are targeting energy use and looking into ways that they can reduce their usage which will save money and reduce their carbon emissions. They also have ambitious plans to install solar panels!


‘I really like turning off all the lights after school on Monday with Adamma.’

– Clara Morris, Year 9 Eco-Team member

‘I think we are really helping the school to become more green and we are getting others involved with helping the school and helping the earth.’

– Hailey Chithri, Year 9 Eco-Team member

‘I think this is EPIC!!’

– Rode Abellar, Year 7 Eco-Team member