Our curriculum-linked campaigns are the most popular feature of the Pod. They get the whole school working together and inspired to take action. They can also be led by students, which is an essential criterion for an Eco-School Award.

We have lots of resources to make taking part easy, fun, impactful and rewarding. 

What's Under Your Feet? 2020/21

Help scientists at the British Trust for Ornithology understand the relationship between climate, the availability of invertebrates and how this impacts UK bird numbers and their migration patterns.

It’s easy to take part and children will love being citizen scientists and working outside of the classroom. 

What do you need to do?

  1. Sign up to take part 
  2. Conduct a dig and soil/invertebrate survey in October, March and June*
  3. Upload your data to the Pod here 

Download all the resources you need, including; lesson plan, assembly, information pack and short instructional films. 

Find the Invertebrate Survey Recording Sheet here. 

*You can take part in any or all of the digs, but the scientists need as much data as possible.

23 Schools/groups have already signed up

Switch Off Fortnight 2020

We celebrate Switch Off Fortnight between 16-27th November 2020, but you can take part at a time that suits your school.

During the campaign young people learn all about energy and how to use it efficiently. It could help your school to cut carbon, save energy* and also achieve an Eco-School award!

It’s fun, rewarding, measurable and easy to take part in with our curriculum linked resources. 

* Average energy saving reported by schools taking part in Switch Off Fortnight is 10%

37 Schools/groups have already signed up

Waste Week 2021

Join hundreds of schools across the UK, and around the world that will be taking part in March. We're encouraging schools to participate between 8-14th, but you can pick a week that best suits you.

This year the focus is plastic - an amazing resource, but one we all need to think more carefully about. How can people help solve the problem of plastic waste?

Our curriculum-linked resources explore plastic - its good points, the challenges it presents for our environment and practical ways in which everyone can help. 

We have everything you need to make your Waste Week fun, rewarding, measurable and easy to take part in. 

20 Schools/groups have already signed up