Kent College Eco Warriors

by Becky Parker

In 2019, Kent College officially became an Eco School  by being awarded The Green Flag from Eco-Schools .

The Eco-Schools organisation is designed to empower students to be the change our world needs by encouraging them to join in the action-orientated fun.


Wildlife garden:

Plans are afoot for a wildlife garden to promote biodiversity and student well being, planning, promoting, locating, all student led


Green Day:

Non uniform day- students came in wearing green and the money raised sponsored an orangutan in Borneo.


Coppicing in Blean woods:

For many years there has been a volunteer group helping with coppicing in Blean woods.


Earth Hour:

Kent College, as a community, switch of the lights, not use electricity (as much as possible!) for one hour during the school day- next earth hour 24th March 2023.



“Plant a tree for jubilee!”


Woodland Trust:

Applied and successful for receiving trees from the Woodland Trust. Looking to plant 300 trees/saplings/hedging species in March 2023.


Big Plastic Count:

Took part in the nationwide big plastic count.


About Becky

Becky teaches Physics and is passionate about empowering young people to act and innovate for the planet.

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