Carbon Reduction and Eco News

Published: Friday March 25, 2022

All schools, please sign up today!
Come and join:
St Mark’s C.E Junior School, Sapperton C.E Primary School, Miserden C.E Primary School, St Andrew’s C.E Chedworth, Old Sodbury C.E Primary School and Hawkesbury C.E Primary School, to get you and the Diocese of Gloucester on the Let’s Go Zero national map

As part of the Church of England’s target for church buildings including churches and schools to become net zero by 2030 we are encouraging all schools to sign up for ‘Let’s go zero campaign

This website is full of ideas of how schools can reduce their use of carbon. Areas of support cover energy, procurement, food, water, travel, waste and school grounds. Already many organisations have signed up for this including schools, The Church of England and The National Education Union.

Aiming for carbon zero – Top tip
Check the timer on your heating clock.

  • Is it set correctly for start and end of day during term time ?
  • Is it set for holiday/frost protection mode for weekends and holidays ?

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