An award winning schools programme with curriculum-linked teaching resources and environmental campaigns. Be inspired by energy, science and sustainability.


Explore free cross-curricular resources to help your students get to grips with energy, science and sustainability.

Engage your students with interactive games, fantastic films, interesting info packs and exciting activities.


Explore the fun side of science! Discover the world inside your household appliances with our games, and let Busta and Pong remind you to turn off your lights with a singalong song. You can even get your friends involved with our group activities!


Our campaigns inspire young people to take action! Check out our latest campaigns and sign up to access free resources.

Join now and put your school on our campaign map!

Waste Week 2022

Sign up now to take part in March and explore electronic and electrical waste.

Recycle to Read 2021-22

A Pod campaign that rewards schools with books for recycling hard plastic toys and for collecting working tech items for reuse. You can find your Recycle to Read account information and resources here.

Pod year planner 2020/21 UK

4-7s, 7-11s, 11-14s

Download our handy year planner with key dates and events.

Plastic waste information pack

11-14s, 14+ Waste

This information pack offers the pros and cons of the plastic industry.

History of food packaging timeline

4-7s, 7-11s, 11-14s Waste

A fascinating timeline showing how packaging has evolved

Energy information pack

4-7s, 7-11s, 11-14s Energy

Introduce the topic of energy and sustainability with this useful resource.

What a waste! Lesson plan 7-11

7-11s Waste

This maths activity is all about how much food packaging we throw away in our homes and the importance of recycling.

Switch On To Switching Off lesson plan 11-14s

11-14s Energy

Carry out a survey of lights left on around the school then run an awareness campaign to do something about it.

Power the UK game

7-11s, 11-14s Energy

Can you produce enough energy to power the UK but keep CO2 levels low?