The Fifty Shades Greener secondary school programme teaches young people how to measure, manage and reduce their household utilities, and how these skills can be transferred to their workplace in the future.
This action-based learning programme is made of 5 modules, with 30 fully-guided video lessons, downloadable worksheets and challenges.
- Module 1: Welcome to the course
- Module 2: Water at home
- Module 3: Waste at home
- Module 4: Energy at home
- Module 5: The next steps
The programme costs £40 per student, except for secondary schools from Kildare/Wicklow area in Ireland, where the programme is fully funded by KWETB.
Below, we've included a 'sneak peek' at one of the first sessions in the course, as well as a Programme Overview and a link to the registration form on the Fifty Shades Greener website.
Environment and Sustainability
KS4: ages 14-16, KS5: ages 16+
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