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The BHee project, now in its fourth year, is funded by Brighton & Hove City Council and supports schools in their journey to sustainability. It is part of the Council’s commitment to One Planet Living and helps pupils and teachers learn about, and take action to protect, our unique local environment which is a designated UNESCO Biosphere.
Use this site to find out more about the range of FREE workshops, assemblies, teacher training and advice available to your school, as well as fantastic visits for pupils to local sites of ecological interest.
The project is delivered by Resource Futures and Sussex Wildlife Trust, and has two main strands: supporting schools with the Eco-Schools process, and developing pupils' and teachers' understanding of the amazing range of wildlife living in and around our city. There is also be support for schools with work on energy efficiency, workshops to help you to embed sustainability into the curriculum, and a competition for pupils of all ages.
Our resource section contains information on the wide range of support available to schools from the teams of Brighton & Hove City Council and other local organisations; downloadable resources for teachers in Brighton & Hove schools;case studies showcasing the excellent work taking place in schools around the city; and inks to other useful sites.
Click here to download the BHee flyer to distribute to colleagues in your school.
Many thanks to Varndean, Goldstone Primary, Hangleton Juniors, Patcham Juniors, St Martin's Primary and Downs View School for contributing photographs used on this page.
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