Support for schools
Swale Green Schools welcome parents, guardians and governors and provides training and support to help reduce your carbon footprint.
The Swale Green Schools’ Forum provides an opportunity for schools to learn more about what they could be doing to reduce their carbon footprint, while sharing ideas teacher-to-teacher.
The Forum meetings are held quarterly – please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the next meeting. Parents, guardians and governors are more than welcome to contact.
If there is something specifically you need help with, complete this form to tell us more about your school.
Current projects include:
- Carbon Literacy Training - Swale Borough Council is offering Carbon Literacy workshops to sixth formers and college students (higher education) to achieve their accreditation. The course helps deliver a greater understanding of climate change, while creating an action plan to help make a difference. Please email email@example.com to get involved.
- Swale Sisters - as part of our sustainable periods project, we are looking to deliver presentations to secondary school students in collaboration with Hey Girls UK. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a presentation.
- Clean Air for Schools - this project works with primary schools to raise awareness of air quality issues, sharing resources and videos, running competitions and more. Email ClareLydon@swale.gov.uk for more information
- Pollution Patrol - KentAir's innovative and fun digital learning resource and immersive 3D experience. This website and supporting resources will help you understand more about air pollution and its effects on your health and the environment. Supported by Mid-Kent Environmental Health - please email ClareLydon@swale.gov.uk to discuss further.
- Whole Systems Approach towards a Healthy Kent - this KCC project aligns efforts on childhood health and the environment, and creates a single plan with system-wide ownership and responsibilities. The benefits of this include positive actions towards food and the built environment, healthier and more productive communities and reducing the demand for social care. Schools are encouraged to promote more physical activity, including implementing green/active travel plans, providing suitable space for cycle storage, walking school buses etc. Please email email@example.com to find out more.