Supporters

Our ambition is that by 2020, 2500 schools in England will have reached the Green Flag standard – working actively on environmental issues and engaging and inspiring millions of children, preparing them for a sustainable future. We can only realise our ambition by working together with like-minded organisations that encourage schools to engage in specific environmental topics. Keep Britain Tidy are keen to build partnerships which create new resources and National Calls to Action around the ten Eco-Schools topics, through topic sponsorship. If you are interested in becoming a topic sponsor for Eco-Schools, sponsorship starts from £10,000.

Please contact us to find out more.

Current Supporters

Partnering with us as a to develop a Topic National Call to Action means you can champion the topic most closely aligned with your organisation, and develop it in collaboration with us here at Eco-Schools.

People’s Postcode Lottery

 

Thanks to support from the players of People’s Postcode Lottery we have been able to act upon the feedback of our schools. Redesigning the Eco-Schools website, restructuring the Seven Step pathway and creating age specific resources will all further support our hard working schools on their journey to the international Eco-Schools Green Flag award and beyond. We hope you like the improvements and that they inspire and enable you to integrate the Eco-Schools programme into any educational setting.

Good luck, we look forward to hearing about all the amazing Eco-Schools work you are doing.

 

Energy: The Pod

The Pod runs the national campaigns; Switch-Off Fortnight, Waste Week and What’s under your feet, these campaigns help the whole school, parents and the local community engage with important environmental messages. Their three, award winning, campaigns are perfect for schools old and new to the programme who are working on energy, waste and biodiversity: perfect for a first Green Flag school looking for three topics to work on!

 

Marine: David Luke

Pioneers of eco-school uniforms made from recycled polyester plastic bottles since 2012, David Luke have been our active Litter topic sponsor for many years. We are very excited to announce they have recently become our new Marine topic sponsor as they have been searching the UK for the most influential 16 young people under the age of 16 in the fight against plastic pollution, litter and other sustainability-led issues.

 

Step 4 Curriculum Links: BBC Terrific Scientific The BBC’s Terrific Scientific brings science to the heart of your teaching with fantastic investigations and exciting resources linked to the primary curriculum that are perfect for many of our topics.

Benefits

We only work in partnerships where there is a mutual benefit that can guarantee you a rounded and valuable package of opportunities.

Positive, inspiring stories and case studies based on your engagement to use in your CSR reporting and media relation.

Your brand aligned with the world’s largest educational programme.

Bring recognition from schools, teachers, students and parents for your role as a leader in sustainability.

The opportunity to champion, one of only ten Eco-Schools topics and help develop that topic in collaboration with Eco-Schools.

Use of the Eco-Schools logo on agreed marketing materials.

Visibility on the Eco-Schools England website.

Launch of the partnership on the Eco-Schools England website and through other communications channels.

Branding on the topic section you decide to sponsor on the Eco-Schools website.

Branding on topic related events, resources and marketing provided to all schools.

Opportunities for your employees to get involved with learning and development by being trained as Eco-Schools Assessors and fulfil Employee Volunteering responsibilities.

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