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Green Ambassadors Awards launched by
HRH The Prince of Wales


His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales, president of WWF-UK, meets schoolchildren from West Wittering School, West Sussex attending the WWF-UK Green Ambassador Summit at Highgrove, Glos

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.

The launch of the Awards coincides with the start of a new partnership with Alpro, the new sponsor of the Green Ambassadors scheme in schools.

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Show the Amazon some love with I Love Amazon Schools!


I Love Amazon Schools resources

I Love Amazon Schools is a free initiative that is fun, flexible and easy to deliver, and is designed to help pupils aged 5-11 explore the wonders of the Amazon rainforest and find out why rainforests are so crucial to the health of our planet. 

When you registered, you will receive our fantastic range of curriculum-linked resources and access to an extensive range of downloadable resources to help bring the Amazon to life in your school.

Find out more and register your primary school now…


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Green Ambassadors Summit 2013

The WWF Green Ambassadors scheme is about giving pupils in primary schools a voice and emabling them to take action on sustainability in their school. It aims to help set up or reinvigorate an existing Green Team and provides all the inspiration and tools they will need to assist in their role as a Green Ambassador! 


Register your primary school now or find out more...


Calling all youth group leaders - and parents too!

Youth groups

Are you a member of a uniformed or organised youth group? Or perhaps you’re a keen parent or grandparent who wants to help young people learn more about the work of WWF and be inspired to look after our planet? Then our new resources are for you.

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Young people will shape the future of our world and have a huge influence, here and now. That's why we work with teachers and youth leaders. Together we can encourage and support young people in building the knowledge, skills and values to safeguard our beautiful planet.