Big Dreams, Little Footprints is a new series of beautifully curated how-to books for busy, weary parents on how to guide and inspire their children to stand up for the…DOWNLOAD
Thank you for registering on our Plastic Clever School initiative! Yay, it’s great to have you onboard!
With registration completed, you are now ready for Stage 2 – Raising Awareness.
Stage 2 is all about making as many people as possible aware of the issues associated with single-use plastic, whether it’s drinks bottles, cutlery or straws – it doesn’t matter! The important thing is you get people talking about disposable plastic and how much they use.
So, get your pupils finding out about plastic pollution, and then sharing their findings with others. This could be through assemblies, Show and Tell, presentations, or through making posters and displaying them around your school. There are no set rules; all we ask is that you send us some photographs of some of the work you’ve done to raise awareness.
Resources to help you Raise Awareness
This Digital Welcome Pack contains links to some resources to help you complete this stage. We hope you find them useful.
On completion of Stage 2 …
When you’ve completed this stage, send us a photograph using the form on this page and we’ll send you some goodies that will help you move onto Stage 3 – Plastic Clever School Status.
Any questions or feedback, please do get in touch.
Thanks again for your amazing work… and for being so awesome!
Thank you for registering, you are officially AMAZING!
We’re so glad that your school has registered, and we hope you will work your way through to becoming a Plastic Clever School.
Your commitment against plastic pollution is very much appreciated.
Together, we can all make a difference.
Use the form below to submit some of your photos and work to show how you have Raised Awareness, and we’ll move you onto the last step, Being Plastic Clever.
Other Kids Against Plastic resources
We’re delighted to feature some useful tips and advice for schools looking to reduce their plastic consumption from Georgeham Primary School in Devon. Download the PDF below. Well done everyone…DOWNLOAD
A Powerpoint presentation made by students of Haydon Eco Club. The students created and used this as part of their KS2 / KS3 Transition Project. For more information about the…Read More
Plastic by numbers (facts and figures) by Will McCallum, head of Greenpeace UK Oceans.DOWNLOAD
Concerns about plastic pollution and specifically how it is affecting the health of Albatrosses. A short film made by Blue Planet II.Read More
New Research by the University of Hull and the British Antarctic Survey has highlighted the emerging problem of plastic pollution in the AntarcticRead More
An brightly illustrated information sheet full of stats and facts. Credit: The Deep, Hull.Read More