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To celebrate World Book Day on 3 March we asked teachers and pupils to let us know what they were doing to improve their schools carbon footprint and to protect their local nature.

We found out so many different things that schools around the UK are doing to try and help save our planet. We heard from schools who were putting recycling bins in every classroom, cutting out plastic in the school canteen, planting trees, wildflowers, fruits and vegetables on school grounds, starting eco-committees and learning about climate change, oceans and rainforests!

We want to say a huge thank you to all teachers and pupils who took part and we are thrilled to be able to give each winning school a copy of ‘Climate Action’ a new, beautifully illustrated book on the climate crisis by Georgina Stevens and Katie Rewes.

Georgina was so delighted with all of the brilliant entries she recorded this special video for all of the schools who took part.

Congratulations to the winning schools:

  • All Saints Junior School
  • Austrey C of E Primary School
  • Boughton Leigh Junior School
  • Broadway Junior School
  • Cardinal Pole Catholic School
  • Churchtown Primary School
  • Clapton Girls' Academy
  • Dundonald Primary School
  • Eastbrook Primary Academy
  • Five Lanes Primary School
  • Freshwaters Primary Academy
  • Fryent Primary School
  • Great Walstead School
  • Millfields Community School
  • Mossbourne Community Academy
  • New Haw Community School
  • Quainton Hall School
  • Reay Primary School
  • Rillington Primary School
  • Shirley Infant School
  • Shacklewell Primary School
  • Shoreditch Park Primary School
  • Silcoates School
  • St Kevin’s Primary School
  • St Patrick's Catholic Primary School
  • St Pauls Catholic School
  • St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Primary School
  • Tam's House Nursery
  • The Grange Primary School, Bootle
  • Whitecross Primary School
  • Whitley Park School
  • Windhill21 School