If you are looking for ideas for your Action Plan, why not try one of our ready-made Eco-Projects? Each project has been designed by, or in collaboration with, the Eco-Schools team and then tried and tested by Green Flag Eco-Schools throughout England.  Completing any of our Eco-Projects can help your school achieve an Eco-Schools Green Flag, whilst combating climate change and protecting our planet. Have fun and keep an eye out for more Eco-Projects soon!


The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we all work. Use our Eco-Schools At Home resources, to continue working on the Eco-Schools programme from home!


Learning About Forests (LEAF)

Learning About Forests uses nature as a classroom. The project has already launched in 28 countries around the world and engaged over 700,000 students.

New LEAF Guides for 2021-2022 available now!

Learn About Forests

Litter Less Campaign

Litter Less is a 10 day international campaign that takes place between the 18th and 28th October. Click the link to learn more.

Join in!

Mindfulness Minutes

The Eco-Schools team want to make 2021 a year of mindfulness as we relaunch our Mindfulness Minutes campaign! We need your help to cumulatively achieve one million minutes of mindfulness in schools across the country in 2021, as part of an effort to help children and staff members integrate mental health and wellbeing practice into their busy school lives.

Mindfulness Minutes

National Eco-Committee


Eco-Schools England will be working with OCR, one of the leading awarding bodies in the UK, to recruit a new, youth-led National Eco-Committee, to identify the green themes and strands that young people want to investigate and explore in their education.

Apply Now!

(Re)Love Our Gadgets

Millions of tonnes of electronics are disposed of every year, releasing chemicals into our environment and contributing to climate change. This Eco-Project tries to reduce e-waste in a way that benefits members of your local community!

(Re)Love Our Gadgets

(Re)Love Our Stuff

This Eco-Project focuses on the fashion industry (which accounts for about 10% of global carbon emissions and nearly 20% of wastewater) by allowing pupils the chance to run a plan, advertise and run a pop-up clothes shop.

(Re)Love Our Stuff

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