About Green Ambassadors
The Green Ambassador scheme aims to encourage a new generation of sustainability champions. It provides everything you'll need to set up or reinvigorate your school's green teams.
Green teams are great for engaging pupils in a range of activities. They help build communication, team skills, and confidence. The scheme is designed to help pupils take ownership of sustainability in your school.
And that's not all: successful green teams can help reduce schools' carbon footprint and save money!
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“The Green Ambassadors scheme has been a real inspiration to children and adults alike and has given our drive towards sustainability fresh momentum. I would wholeheartedly recommend the scheme to any school.”
John Millington, All Saints CE Primary school, Hertfordshire
Latest Green Ambassador news...
HRH The Prince of Wales has announced our new Green Ambassadors awards through a video message to schools. With prizes of £2,500 for each category, these awards promise to shine a light on the best examples of sustainable schools.
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WWF have just recently moved into our fantastic new home, The Living Planet Centre in Woking, which has been built to the very latest and highest environmental standards.
Inspired by this and our Green Ambassador characters, Brick and Leafy, who likes to encourage schools to make their own school buildings and grounds more sustainable, we’ve put together this first in a series of resources for schools containing assembly and classroom activities.
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Congratulations to Mabe Community Primary School for winning our Summer 2013 competition. They have won a tumbling composter for their school.