Eco-Schools Twilight Webinars
Interactive 2 hour sessions to support Eco-Coordinators to deliver Eco-Schools in their context. Register your free place below to receive the link to join the session. (It's important that you register ahead so you receive the link on time).
Eco-Schools Basics: Get started with the Eco-Schools programme and how it can be run in your context.
Eco-Schools Basics: Processes and Tasks
28th April, 2nd June
A general introduction to the Eco-Schools Scotland programme, and a look at the online platform where you will need to upload your evidence when applying for a Green Flag Award.
Eco-Schools Basics: Drafting an Action Plan
4th May, 10th June
How to make the most out of your Eco-Schools Action Plan
Eco-Schools Basics: Measuring, Monitoring and Evaluating
24th March, 11th May, 15th June
The importance of the scientific method in your Eco-Schools work, how to measure and monitor actions and how to facilitate the process of reflection that will help your pupils to evaluate their results.
Take Eco-Schools Further: How to use our other projects and campaigns to take your Eco-Schools work further.
Take Eco-Schools Further: One Planet Picnic
A fun way to learn about environmentally friendly your food and drink choices and a great activity for your school. Fits Health and Wellbeing, School Grounds, Food & the Environment, Transport, Waste and Biodiversity Topics.Take Eco-Schools Further: Young Reporters for the Environment
Give committed pupils the opportunity to have their voice heard on environmental issues that matter to them. Young Reporters is a natural extension to Eco-Schools for individual pupils to write a report, take a photograph or make a video reporting on the environment.Take Eco-Schools Further: Circular Economy - Guest Session with Young Enterprise Scotland29th April, 8th June
The session covers an introduction to the Circular Economy; an overview of the Circular Economy Challenge for P4-S2 pupils, including comprehensive lesson plans and links to Eco Schools; professional dialogue on making the Challenge work for your learners; and support from Young Enterprise Scotland
to make it happen.
Eco-Schools Topics: Sessions on individual topics with ideas for every context.
Eco-Schools Topics: Litter and Waste Minimisation
20th April, 3rd June
How to approach Litter and Waste Minimisation for the Environmental Review, actions for each topic, and suggested ways of measuring and linking to the curriculum.Eco-Schools Topics: Health & Wellbeing26th May
How to approach Health and Wellbeing for the Environmental Review, actions and suggested ways of measuring and linking to the curriculum.Eco-Schools Topics: Food and the Environment and School Grounds18th May
How to approach Food and the Environment and School Grounds for the Environmental Review, actions for each topic, and suggested ways of measuring and linking to the curriculum.Eco-Schools Topics: Transport22nd April
How to approach the Transport topic for the Environmental Review, actions for each topic, and suggested ways of measuring and linking to the curriculum. Not just about walking to school!Eco-Schools Topics: Global Citizenship
How to approach the Global Citizenship topic, actions for each topic, and suggested ways of measuring and linking to the curriculum. How to tie in work on all the other projects your school is involved in to your Eco-Schools work.Eco-Schools Topics: Biodiversity - Guest Session with Edinburgh Zoo
6th May - Secondary
20th May - Upper Primary27th May - Early Years to P3
Find out the basics about the life on Earth and how we can all protect it. With information, activities and takeaway ideas to get started with this amazing topic. Delivered in partnership with Edinburgh Zoo (RZSS)
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