An information and resource hub supporting local schools to teach their children and staff about environmental issues and reduce their school’s ecological footprint.

ASSEMBLIES FREE TO DOWNLOAD In honour of the Sustainability Festival in 2021 we produced materials to use in assemblies for Infant Junior and Secondary pupils on the theme of climate change. The Infant Assembly features children’s author Ellie Jackson reading her book ‘Hunter’s Icy Adventure’. The Junior assembly is based on the UN global goals and the Secondary Assembly is about climate change and there is a pre-recorded version and a PPT you can adapt yourselves. CLICK HERE to access them.


Resources for learning inside and outside the classroom; training staff to teach climate change confidently and addressing eco-anxiety. 


Make the everyday running of your school more sustainable with these tips and resources


Get involved with exciting sustainability campaigns, events, and groups for your school, at a local and national level.

Access our Eco-Posters!

Please use the poster to generate ideas and discussions with your children in class and/or send the poster to parents to use during homeschooling. Remember to tag Sustainable St Albans in your social media posts, we love seeing what you’re up to!

Who we are

Sustainable St Albans has pulled together its local contacts including District representatives of various environmental groups, local school representatives (teachers, governors, PTA and heads) and professional trainers in environmental education. If you have expertise that would be of value to the group and would like to volunteer your time, please do contact us.


We send a termly, or twice-termly, e-newsletter to the majority of the District’s Schools. If you would like your school / eco-representative / PTA  to receive our newsletter, please register here

Contact the Sustainable Schools Team

Got a question, need some advice, got a suggestion for material you’d like us to provide? Get in touch!

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