Planet Super League
Planet Super League's Schools vs. Climate Change competition is underway!
It's not too late for YOUR school to get involved now, FREE of charge.
Schools vs. Climate Change is a national competition engaging primary and secondary schools in climate action in a unique way. Using the power of football, and in collaboration with more than 60 professional football clubs, schools will compete to score as many green goals as possible by completing activities that are good for the planet.
As the green goals fly into the net, schools will climb a national league table to see which school comes out on top as the greenest in the country by the end of the competition on Sunday 20th February 2022.
Children, their families and school staff can all score goals to help the cause, a selection of over 100 activities across several themes like energy, waste, recycling, nature and food can be selected and completed both in and outside of school, and scored at ANY time to create not only a fun and competitive way to engage in climate action, but a free and flexible one too!
Resources including classroom activities and lesson plans, assembly slides, letters and social media support are all also available free!
Watch this BBC Midlands Today feature, with Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion, 2 of the many clubs involved in the competition, which gives more information.Visit the website at www.planetsuperleague.com/schools or email email@example.com to get involved NOW!
Rich Holmes, Head of Operations, Planet Super League
See the flyer for Planet Super League here.
Rich will be talking more about Planet Super League at our Conference.