Recycling in Southend

Recycling at School

Eco Schools

Eco-Schools, who are run by Keep Britain Tidy, teach students the importance of being eco-friendly through:

  • classroom learning
  • community projects

Schools follow an Eco-School programme, working towards a Green Flag status.

For more info about Eco-Schools and how to become one, please visit their website.

Recycle Now

The Recycling Knowledge page on the Recycle Now website has info for schools, to help them set up recycling schemes.
They also have teaching resources for secondary schools.

There are a number of schemes which can raise funds for your school while you recycle.
Please visit the Lawrence M Barry website, to find out more about his recycling schemes.

Bin It!

Bin It! offer teachers free resources for all pupils aged between 5 and 18 year’s old.
These include:

  • fun cartoons
  • assembly ideas
  • projects
  • lesson plans

The activities are created to help students of all ages learn about:

  • bin types
  • where each type of litter belongs

Veolia

If you are interested in teaching your students more about recycling and what can and cannot be recycled, why not contact Veolia to book a workshop?

Veolia Southend offers the following educational services:

  • school assemblies
    This covers littering and what can and cannot be recycled through the pupil’s weekly waste collection.
  • truck visits (Munch)
  • paper making workshops

Page last updated: 23/01/2020