All our Eco-Schools resources in one place.
Introduction to the Global Goals
Introduction to the Goals, with ideas for learning activities, curricular links and resources
Litter & Waste
A litter survey helps us discover where and what types of litter are causing a problem in our community.
An activity to convert data to a graph to make it easily understood by anyone who sees it.
Build A Wormery
Watch Rachel from The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland explain how to build your very own wormery.
Our Waste Collection Services
Can you imagine what the impact would be on all of us if waste collection services were withdrawn?
Marine Litter Posters
Clean Up Scotland posters focusing on marine litter. Scroll to bottom of page.
Doughnut Economics (14+)
To learn about the concept of Doughnut Economics and how to stay within planetary boundaries.
Climate Emergency Training
Free online course for youth workers to understand the climate emergency.
Carbon Footprint of Everyday Life
Carbon footprint of everyday items from "How Bad Are Bananans?" by Mike Berners-Lee
An emergency for all of us
How you can play your part in Scotland's transition to a low carbon future.
Climate Change Bingo (8+)
An introductory activity to gauge your group’s feelings and experiences of climate action.
Emissions Matching (9+)
Learn more about different greenhouse gases and how reaching net zero emissions will impact young people.
Climate Negotiations (12+)
Put yourself in the shoes of global decision makers and see if you can agree on a climate solution.
Climate Influencer (13+)
Use social media for good and create your own content to urge others to take climate action.
Climate Emergency Quiz (13+)
Learn new facts and stats about the global climate emergency with this quick-fire quiz.
Host Mini Cop Activity (14+)
To learn about local climate issues and solutions, and raise awareness within the community.
Climate Storytelling Workshop (9+)
To think about how to have a productive conversation about climate change with an adult.
Hurray for Dandelions!
Dandelions are considered weeds, but they are a source of pollen and nectar for insects in Spring.
Wildlife Watch Part 1
We share out environment with thousands of other species - what wildlife lives near you?
Understanding of where energy comes from and how not to waste it is key to reducing our carbon emissions.
Energy Savers Activity
If we could all reduce our energy usage we could significantly reduce our carbon emissions.
Low Carbon Skills
Films and resources made by pupils about how consumer choices can fight climate change.
Food & The Environment
Lunch Boxes (7+)
Calculate the carbon footprint of the food we eat and see if you can design a low carbon lunch.
Health & Well-being
Active Travel Challenge
Are there good habits from lockdown that we can keep? Such as using more active travel solutions.
Map your Journey (8+)
How big is your footprint? Challenge yourself to reduce your carbon footprint by changing the way you travel.
My Own Folktale
Some questions from Allison Galbraith to help pupils create a water creature folktale..
Just One Piece of Paper
This activity shows pupils how much water is needed to produce one sheet of paper.