Litter & Waste
Allanton Primary School
Pupils started a project to improve recycling and prevent litter in their school grounds.
Anderson High School
Pupils combined their John Muir Award and Da Voar Redd Up to increase achievement.
Aultmore Park Primary School
Pupils set up a system to award house points to the house with the cleanest playground.
Ballachulish Primary School
Pupils organised a community clean up and distributed dog fouling bags to the community.
Bargeddie Primary School
Pupils improved the environmental quality of their community using Litter Less funding.
Pupils carried out litter picks on the Union Canal, and worked to make the school plastic free.
Carnbroe Primary School
Pupils purchased bins, litter picks, and a banner to improve a litter problem in their grounds
Clackmannanshire Support Service
Pupils set themselves the goal of reducing litter in the school and surrounding area.
Children held community action days and worked to combat fly tipping, vandalism and littering.
Deanpark Primary School
Pupils cleaned up Bavelaw Burn after expressing concern at litter affecting people and wildlife.
Furnace Primary School
Pupils used Litter Less funding to clear litter from their beach and village.
Pupils cleaned up a local burn and studied the effects of litter on water quality and wildlife.
Lochinver Early Learning Centre
Children looked at the effects of micro plastics and encouraged local fishermen to join the KIMO initiative.
Mearns Primary School
Pupils improved recycling rates and reduced litter with a campaign of posters, and a cartoon character.