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Plastic Clever School – Registration

Yay! You’ve registered as a Plastic Clever School

PLEASE NOTE: This is a web page version of the Welcome email we send out to schools that register.  We published it as a page because many schools were saying they hadn’t received the Welcome email – probably caught in a spam folder.

Anyway, 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.

This digital Welcome Pack contains links for:

* =  FREE Physical A3 printed versions available on request. Please email with your school address to: hello@kidsagainstplastic.co.uk

Please also take a moment to check out these case studies as they might give you some ideas and inspiration, too.

On completion of Stage 2 …

When you’ve completed this stage, send us a photograph using the form in the Stage 2: Raising Awareness section, here: https://www.kidsagainstplastic.co.uk/do/plasticcleverschools/ 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 – you are awesome!

Look, you’ve completed Stage 1 of your  Plastic Clever School journey.

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Lydgate Junior School – Raising Awareness of Plastic Pollution

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Town Lane Infants become a Plastic Clever School

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A Plastic Ocean Assembly for KS3 – ppt file

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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…

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KS2 / KS3 Plastic Clever Transition Project – case-study

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Devon Norse awarded Plastic Clever status

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