Schools & Youth 

Schools, colleges, education providers or youth groups can all get involved in Love Solihull projects or initiatives.

 

Click on the links below to find out more:

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Sustainable Schools Conference 2022

Taking place on Wednesday 23 November, 9.30am -3pm on Microsoft Teams, this free online event is aimed at senior leaders, eco-teachers, teaching staff and bursars, who want to find out more about sustainability in schools, including presentations from across the sector and sharing of best practice.

Request an invite to attend via Sarah Lardner: slardner@solihull.gov.uk 

Duke of Edinburgh's Award 

If you are a young person looking to volunteer as part of your Duke of Edinburgh's Award, we can put you in touch with a litter picking assessor from the local community who can support you through the process.

 

We recommend asking your parent/guardian to register with our Community Litter Picking Initiative on your behalf to obtain a free litter picking kit.

 

For more information, Get In Touch 

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Scouts & Girlguiding 

We can support your scout or girlguiding group (any section) to take part in our campaigns.

Activities such as litter picking or tree planting could count towards members achieving certain badges or awards, and help make a difference in the local community.

For more information about we can support your group, Get In Touch

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Previous projects:

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Anti-Litter Video Competition 2021

Schools were invited to take part in a competition to create a video highlighting the impact of litter. We had some fantastic entries, judged by Talking Rubbish in SolihullThe overall winners were Merstone School and with Light Hall School taking second place.  Both schools were awarded litter picking kit (donated by Helping Hand Environmental Ltdand a Touchwood gift card from Love Solihull.