We offer a range of short stories to help educate and entertain pupils about litter and the impact it has on the world around them. You can choose from:
Sammy the squirrel,
Captain Cleanup and the case of the mystery litter dropper and
Getting tidy with a little help from my friends.
These sessions last about 30 minutes.
During December, we run our Environmental Litter Friend (ELF), which is a Christmas themed story session. Places are available to book from September and are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
We are currently offering post-primary schools the chance to take part in our FREE debating workshop.*
The workshops are open to Key Stage 3 pupils and will run in conjunction with an experienced workshop facilitator.
The workshops are closely linked to the Northern Ireland Curriculum and will provide pupils with an opportunity to:
develop an understanding of the impact litter can have on our city
investigate attitudes and behaviours towards litter and our environment
explore and respond to the views and feelings of others
explore issues related to moral character
develop as a contributor to society.
Spaces are limited to one session per school and will last for one hour. In order for us to facilitate the workshop, the class size should not exceed more than 30 pupils.