- Recycling Facility Class Trips
- Assemblies and workshops at your school
- How to reduce waste and recycle at school
- Local Authority Recycling Support
- Interesting Links
- Meet the Education Team
- SpRRRead the Word Video Competition results
- Superhero competition winners
Recycling in School
Battery Back - Are providing presentations for schools and colleges. These learning workshops aim to teach children about the different aspects of battery recycling and how they and their school can help in the recycling process.
musicMagpie – Collects old DVD’s, CD’s and games to be recycled.
Recycle for Free – The free and easy way to recycle your electrical items.
Recycle It - The new printer cartridge recycling initiative from Cartridge World. It’s the easy, effortless way for your school or group to earn valuable extra income, help improve environmental awareness amongst your children and for their families to save money at home.
Takeback - Recycling old mobile phones and printer cartridges. Takeback is the easiest way to recycle and raise money for your school. Recycling for cash not only helps your school raise funds but also benefits the environment too!
www.takeback.ltd.uk or ww.moneytoschools.com
Terracycle - TerraCycle upcycles and recycles traditionally non-recycable waste (including drink pouches, crisp bags, tooth brushes, writing instruments and many more) into a large variety of consumer products. These products keep waste out of our landfills and contribute to a cleaner world.
TRAID – TRAID is a charity working to make the nations unwanted clothes matter. They run fashion customisation workshops, school assemblies and classroom activities for primary and secondary schools.
Uniform Recyling - If the school runs a uniform reuse scheme, why not promote this at other school events? Parents can swap their children’s old uniforms for lost property or other unwanted uniforms that aren’t worn out or damaged. Recycle Now provides advice and resources to help you set up a swapping event.