Schools and climate change
Approximately 50% of the city council’s baseline
emissions arose from schools (baseline 08/09). Schools could
cut energy bills, and therefore carbon emissions, by up to 10% if
good housekeeping is introduced.
The Government is promoting sustainable development through
teaching, but also through building management and engagement with
their local community.
The following pages provide information on how climate
change and energy can be taught to children and outline your
reporting requirements for upcoming Government schemes.
Powerdown fortnight involves a series of activities aimed at raising energy awareness in schools. Find out more about what happened in this years Powerdown fortnight.
The energy resource pack should help schools educate children on energy use within the school.
Find out latest training and twilights aimed at helping you to tackle energy in your school.
There is lots your school can do to become greener.
Understand the difference in types of electricity meters and how to read them.
This page will help your school to understand the benefits of joing the national Eco Schools programme.
Learn how to establish you MPAN number and read your bill.
What are display energy certificates and what do they tell us.
Find out how to access and use your AMR data.
What does my School need to do to comply with the CRC