The project, which started in December 2001, has two Education Officers who work directly with pupils. Nottinghamshire SWAC has worked successfully with over 170 schools in the region to tackle the issue of waste minimisation.
SWAC activities are linked to the National Curriculum, the Healthy Schools programme and can support an application towards an Eco-Schools award.
Feedback from Schools
"Really informative session. Children attentive and very aware of what role they can play when addressing the 3Rs"…
Leas Park Junior School
"Children fully engaged. Positive comments from parents."
West Bridgford Infant School
"A fantastic week! Very well organised and very relevant to the children and their work towards the Eco-Schools Silver status…"
St John the Baptist C of E Primary School
"The content/resources of the activity were perfectly pitched for the age group…"
Beeston Fields Primary
"This has been part of a fabulous week... it was good starting with a visual assembly and great for each class to do a practical activity. Thank you."
Beeston Rylands Junior School
"Really great, enjoyable day."
Carlton le Willows School and Technology College
"I would definitely recommend a SWAC visit to other teachers - very informative. Thank you!"
Archbishop Cranmer C of E Primary School