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Thank you for registering your school to take part in Earth Hour 2018

At 8.30pm on Saturday 24 March 2018, hundreds of millions of people across the world will be switching off their lights and coming together to celebrate Earth Hour. Here are a range of engaging downloadable resources to help you and your pupils celebrate Earth Hour in the days, weeks leading up to the day.

Facing the Future Competition

Thank you for entering our Facing the Future competition, we have received an amazing amount of entries so thank you!

We will be announcing the winners shortly.

 

KS2 and KS3 Resources

 

Species Fact Files

 

Creative Activities

 

Celebrate and Share

We’re a social bunch here at WWF, and we’d love to hear your Earth Hour stories. There are lots of ways to tell us (and others!) what you've got planned, and we look forward to hearing from you.

Twitter

  • Tell others that your school is taking part in Earth Hour on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Here is an example post to get you started: We're (@twitterhandle) are taking part #EarthHourUK on Saturday 24 March 2018, are you? @wwf_uk http://ow.ly/mhYk30hJHCT
  • Here (@twitterhandle) have celebrated @wwf_uk #EarthHourUK with a lantern assembly
  • Here (@twitterhandle) have celebrated @wwf_uk #EarthHourUK by having lessons in the dark!
  • Share your Earth Hour promises with us using the relevant #hashtags and @twitterhandle England: @wwf_uk #EarthHourUK, Scotland: @WWFScotland #EarthHourScotland, Wales: @WWFCymru #EarthHourWales or #AwrDdaear

Email

Media

 

Here's how schools celebrated Earth Hour 2017

We love hearing about how your school is celebrated Earth Hour. If you're looking for inspiration, then take a look at some of our amazing schools and how they are celebrated Earth Hour 2017.