Litter Free School Activities & Posters

Check out the fun, educational resources below for ideas to use in the classroom, as learning resources to teach students about the importance of  responsibly disposing of  and reducing waste

Colouring In Sheets

These colouring-in sheets were created to accompany an animation that was part of our 2020 heathland BBQ campaign. These colouring-in sheets tell the story of why it is illegal to BBQ on heathland.

#BBQsBurnMoreThanBangers

Click here to find out more about the BBQs Burn More Than Bangers campaign

Activities

Litter Free Bingo

Litter Free Bingo

This is a useful warm up activity and fun way to find out what
pupils already know about a topic. It gets everyone moving
around, speaking to each other at the start of a lesson.

All you need to do is give each pupil a copy of the questions
and ask them to move around and find someone different
to fill in each of the answers. Once they have a ‘full house’
they can shout out ‘Litter Free Bingo’, and the game stops.
You can then go through the answers with them and discuss
some of the points.

Up-cycle plastic!

Up-cycle plastic!

Here are 10 creative ideas, with step-by-step instructions, for reusing and repurposing your used plastic bottles – these ideas are fun and could also save you money!

Reducing Waste - The 9 R's

Reducing Waste - The 9 R's

Originally developed by RISC, this activity for pupils aged 8-16, has been designed to encourage thinking and rethinking about the best ways to reduce waste. It may be used as a baseline activity to measure pupils’ attitudes to waste at the start of a project.

Single Use Plastics

Single Use Plastics

Through this activity, pupils will be encouraged to rethink their use of SUP. This activity will enable pupils to develop their understanding of Single Use Plastic, feel more empowered to be able to rethink and make small
changes to reduce their use of SUP – simple swaps!