Primary Schools

  • Southampton Healthy Homes: Rose’s story

    Rose’s granddaughter was the first one to make contact with us via our Facebook page. She explained that her grandmother Rose’s boiler had broken
  • Hitting the Cold Spots: Sarah’s story

    Sarah’s local council contacted us in the middle of the winter following concerns about the heating situation in her home. Sarah is an owner occupier
  • Southampton Healthy Homes: Isabel’s story

    Isabel contacted us as she was looking for help regarding her heating system. Her combination gas boiler had broken down and would only supply

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tEC’s environmental education workshops complement several areas of the Key Stages 1 and 2 national curricula, providing additional learning opportunities in geography, science, citizenship and personal, social and health education. The key area of learning relates to knowledge and understanding of environmental change and sustainable development.

The workshops take a holistic inter-disciplinary approach, and encourage learning by presenting children with issues and materials from real world contexts. We incorporate different styles of working including small group work and class discussions which help children to form and express their own thoughts and views, and to listen to the views of others. Each workshop incorporates a degree of hands-on experience to engage the children in the subject.

Topics Available
We can offer workshops on the following topics:

  • Climate change and energy saving
  • Food production and sustainability
  • Biodiversity
  • Water conservation
  • Waste and recycling

Types of Workshop
Teachers are welcome to select from a range of workshops according to timetabling requirements:

  • School assemblies
  • Presentations and demonstrations
  • Interactive activity station sessions
  • Interactive story telling
Retrofit house

Energy saving dolls’ house

Eco house

Eco house

Food miles world map

Food miles world map