Recycling in Southend
Recycling at School
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.
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! offer teachers free resources for all pupils aged between 5 and 18 year’s old.
- fun cartoons
- assembly ideas
- lesson plans
The activities are created to help students of all ages learn about:
- bin types
- where each type of litter belongs
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