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Upcoming events & training

We provide schools with opportunities to engage in environmental activities through training sessions. Keep checking back to this page regularly for updates.

Further information

EcoTeachMeets

Winter – 11 February 2020 New College, Leicester 4pm - 5.30pm

Spring – 5 May 2020 Nether Hall School, Leicester 4pm - 5.30pm

Our #EcoTeachMeets can be found on the #EcoTeachMeet page 

Carbon Literacy Training

Friday 28 February 2020

City Hall, Leicester 9am - 4pm

In February 2019, Leicester City Council declared a climate emergency. We are working to develop a climate emergency programme of action to reduce carbon with aim of the city becoming zero carbon.

In order to raise awareness through the community of Leicester we are using the Carbon Literacy Project as a way of accrediting school staff and students to become carbon literate. This one day course will enable participants to be carbon literate and support them in delivering their own course back in school.

Book your place on Eventbrite here

Take a look at our carbon literacy project page for more information.

Air quality training education training

Tuesday 11 March 2020

Sandfield Close Primary School, 1pm - 3.30pm

This one day course will give delegates the skills and knowledge to deliver exciting and relevant science lessons around the brand new innovative Air Quality Education offer from Leicester City Council. This course is suitable for primary and secondary teachers (resources aimed at KS2 and KS3 students, but suitable for all year groups).

To book your place email Amy or call 0116 454 4543

Take a look at our air quality education page for information and resources.

Grow your own grub and pumpkin garden competition 2020

The Mealbarrow competition is a great way to involve the wider school community in your
growing activities and for the first time this year we have launched a brand new competition the Pumpkin Garden
Competition

Further details can be found on the competitions page

Eco-Schools and Food for Life celebration 2020

Monday 29 June

City Hall, 115 Charles Street, Leicester

Celebrate the work that your school has completed this year by attending the annual Eco-Schools and Food for Life Celebration. Bring along up to 5 students to display your Eco-Schools and/or your Food for Life project. Receive your Food for Life award as well as the Healthier Air for Schools Award.

For more information and to book your school place contact:

Amy Peace, Leicester City Council  0116 454 4543 or Lisa Didier, Soil Association Food for Life  07718 570945

See previous celebrations on the Eco-Schools conferences and celebrations page.

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