Secondary Schools Educational Programme

Helping young people make sense of environmental sustainability at home, in school and in their future workplace.

Secondary Schools from Kildare/Wicklow area in Ireland can now avail of this programme fully funded by KWETB! If you are not in that catchment area get in touch with us on [email protected] 

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Fifty Shades Greener has developed an online education programme which centres around the basics of Environmental sustainability for Secondary School students.

The emphasis is on measuring, monitoring and reducing energy, water and waste in their households.

The programme offers practical examples of how one can achieve a lower carbon footprint lifestyle and how very similar methods can then be applied to their schools or even future workplace.

As with our other Fifty Shades Greener training programmes, all actions and systems are based around our own behavioural change towards the use of utilities. We create awareness in the small everyday actions that we can take to reduce our impact to the environment.

The watch time for our course content equates to 2 hours, with an estimated implementation time of 2 to 4 weeks. This of course is dependant on the size of your home or school building.

KWETB funded project

Thanks to KWETB we can now offer the Build your future Fifty Shades Greener programme to Secondary Schools in Kildare & Wicklow. Principals and teachers can register their their class with us on [email protected] 

50 Shades Greener Method

 

5 Modules with 30 video lesson that include the 50 Shades Greener Method for environmental systems:

Measurement

Observation

Implementation

Reporting & Monitoring

Aim of the programme

 

To give young people more insight and understanding of why we need to reduce our household utilities including:

Water

Energy

Waste

Challenges

 

The programme also contains 3 challenges based around water and energy conservation and waste production, which the students can take part in and involve their whole family.

These challenges help raise environmental awareness, not only to the students but also members of their household.

Tina Darrer

“Thank you for the opportunity. I think you have it just right. Clear, concise and easy to understand. Delivered beautifully.”

Niamh O’Neill 

“It was such an insightful course. It is the small changes that lead to the big ones. Simple & effective.”

Therese Dalton 

 “Great course for someone like me who is new to all this – really open your eyes to the details.”

Get in touch

If you would like to find out more about our schools programme - do not hesitate to get in touch with our CEO Raquel Noboa on

[email protected]