A Big Green Dream in schools

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A Big Green Dream in schools

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The ScottishPower Green Energy Trust is inviting pupils from year S1 and S2 in Scotland or Year 7 and Year 8 in England and Wales to use their creativity to tell them about their school’s Big Green Dream.  From putting renewable energy to good use or introducing eco-initiatives, the Big Green Dream could help make schools more environmentally friendly.

Whether your entry is a photo, painting, drawing, video or recording, ScottishPower is challenging teachers and pupils to think about an idea that’s bursting with creativity and good for the environment.  The best ideas will be eligible for a prize. The idea must be realistic for the specific prize budget.

Alison McKean, social and environmental policy manager at ScottishPower and trustee of the ScottishPower Green Energy Trust, said:

“The countdown is on for school pupils to share their Big Green Dream and show they have what it takes to design a brighter future for their school.  We’re looking for ideas that will blow us away and support the school in being environmentally friendly for years to come.”

By | December 15th, 2017|Webwatch|0 Comments

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