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Co-op tests Isle of man schools’ eco-credentials

THE Co-operative group is looking to ignite a green revolution, offering a share of a hefty cash prize to schools to assist in environmental initiatives.

In the UK, 3,500 schools have so far signed up to the free programme, and the invitation has been extended to schools in the Isle of Man to bid for part of the £18,000 pot to help fund projects like creating a new school garden or even generating their own renewable energy.

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To take part in the Green Schools Revolution competition, Manx schools need to showcase their eco-credentials through films, stories and photographs via and demonstrate how they would use a cash injection to improve the sustainability of their school. The prize money will be divided between primary and secondary school winners, including £3,000 a piece for the overall top primary and secondary school, while six other regional finalists in either category will receive £1,000 each.

Gerard Hill, secretary for The Co-operative in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man, said: ‘Schools have pledged their support for the planet by joining The Co-operative’s Green Schools Revolution, which helps inspire the next generation of green pioneers, with free lessons, trips and green activities available to all primary and secondary schools. Whether a school is taking small steps at the beginning of their green journey, or becoming a beacon of sustainability in their community, this competition aims to celebrate and provide support for some of the great work going on behind the scenes.’

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