Georgina Black Wed 30 Sep 2020 updated: Wed 07 Oct 2020
Do you feel the urge to do something for the environment and your community?
Get involved in the longest-running, international school campaign.
The Litter Less Campaign is celebrating its 10-year anniversary and we would like to celebrate this milestone with all teachers and pupils that have made this campaign such a fantastic success.
This year again, through the support of Mars Wrigley Foundation, we are delighted to support schools in implementing their anti-litter and waste projects to reduce waste production, pollution and promote positive behaviour change to protect our biodiversity and improve our communities.
25 Primary Schools are called to take action and show we can be the change we are asking for.
This year, in occasion of the 10th anniversary we are also celebrating inclusivity by opening the registration for the Young Reporters for the Environment Competition to Special Educational Needs Schools and P7 pupils. As part of the Wrigley Litter Less Campaign, the YRE competition will offer to young pupils 10+ the opportunity to share their environmental message by being creative through a photo campaign accompanied by a catchy phrase or a slogan, which your school could use as new Eco-Code if applying for a Green Flag.
Prize money is available for both projects and schools can apply for both initiatives at the same time.
Get in touch with Francesca for more information and hurry up since spaces are limited.