Schools

Become the Voice!

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We have been lucky to have worked with so many amazing schools and pupils through our art outreach projects. We would love our free resources to continue to be used and shared by children, so they can help spread the message of how we can all help stop plastic pollution.

 

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Free Schools Resources

Project Albatross Schools Resources

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Have a listen to Dear Albatross for poetry inspiration.

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Project Gloop Schools Resources  

Gloop resources include an assembly and a series of cross-curricular lessons based around our short film ‘Gloop’.


<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/80375887″>GLOOP A Plastic Fairytale</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/user23008454″>ECOTALES PRODUCTIONS</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

If you are having problems viewing this film you can watch it on You Tube.
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Simple Ways You Can Reduce Your Use Of Plastic.

  •  Carry a reusable stainless steel drinking bottle instead of buying drinks in throwaway plastic bottles when you are out and about.
  • Opt for non-packaged fruit from the supermarket or green grocer.
  • Take your own reusable shopping bags when you go shopping. Carry a fold away reusable bag with you at all times – you never know when you need something from the shops.
  • When having a picnic use metal cutlery instead of plastic, and paper plates instead of plastic.
  • Say ‘NO’ to the throwaway plastic straws, there are now lots of alternative glass and stainless steel straws.
  • Take unwanted plastic toys to the charity shop to lengthen their life span.
  • Buy second hand plastic toys reducing he demand for new plastic products.
  • Think of alternatives to plastic party bags filled with throwaway plastic toys.
  • Do not throw out your plastic items, but when replacing or buying new products, try to look for the same thing in an alternative material – less chemicals for you and less plastic in our Oceans.
  • Avoid plastic tupperware and opt for stainless steel or use clean jam, pickle and other jars to store left over food.
  • Whenever you can, choose your products in non-plastic packaging, such as butter, honey, marmite, ketchup…
  • Recycle (or reuse) as much plastic packaging and bags as you can. Most supermarkets recycle any plastic bags.
  • Buy your milk in reusable glass bottles from a milkman.
  • Say NO to chewing gum, it’s actually made from plastic.
  • Make your own cleaning products using vinegar, soda crystals and lemon.
  • Check cosmetics for POLYETHYLENE aka microbeads!

 

 

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