Latest news from BHee including a song-writing competition with cash prize, latest Eco-Schools awards, an exciting Twilight for teachers and NEW marine workshops.

Happy 2014 from BHee

We hope you had a relaxing break and returned to school with plenty of 'eco' resolutions for 2014! 

If one of these is to teach pupils about our unique local wildlife, the Biosphere website has the perfect tool: a zoom-able map to locate habitats close to your school. Find out more about the amazing habitats in your local park, woodland, cemetery or beach by booking a Wildlife Workshop with Katie

We're looking forward to another exciting year and to working with inspiring teachers and pupils to make the schools of Brighton & Hove more sustainable. If you haven't been involved in the BHee project before, now's the time to get in touch.

Best wishes
Helen and Katie 

Eco-Schools awards

We now have an impressive 16 Green Flag schools in Brighton & Hove. Congratulations to Patcham High, Hangleton Juniors and Stanford Infants on their recent Green Flags. And well done to BHASVIC on achieving their Silver award!

Support for YOUR school

Help is on-hand wherever your school is on the Eco-Schools journey. To find out how BHee can help you achieve your next award contact Helen.

School Travel award

Coldean Primary has won a national Sustainable Travel award. Congratulations to the pupil Good Life Reps, Mr Watson and the whole school for reducing the number of children arriving by car by over 12%. More info.

Planning a Green Day?

A whole-school Green day can inspire both teachers and pupils, while raising the profile of your Eco-Schools work. Contact Helen or Katie to talk about the workshops, assemblies and visits BHee can provide to help make your day a big success!

Get singing!

Enter the BHee One Planet: One Voice competition, win a cash prize for your Eco-Schools work, and create an inspiring new Eco Code in the process! More info.


A new Brighton & Hove Programme of Study for PSHE Education, including learning outcomes for environmental education, will be launched in February 2014 to enhance the National Curriculum, 2014. For more info contact Sam Beal
Another exciting session from Sussex Wildlife Trust! KS2 pupils learn about marine wildlife while enjoying snorkeling and games in a swimming pool filled with sea life models. More info or contact Nikki Hills.
Register now for the Climate Week Challenge to develop your Eco Committee's creativity, innovation and enterprise, while they work as a team to tackle real-life environmental issues to a deadline.

Biosphere map

Click here for a useful map of our local area, showing wildlife habitats and nature conservation sites which are easily accessible from your school.  

BHee twilight

12th Feb, 4 to 5.30pm. Visit the Hollingdean Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) and find out about this great trip for a class studying an 'eco' topic or an Eco Team working on a 'Waste' topic. More info.

Our South Downs Conference

20th March, University of Sussex. An Outdoor Education Conference, FREE for teachers working in or near the South Downs National Park. More info.

Calling all Secondary Schools

Brighton Permaculture Trust are investigating how to help secondary schools develop wildlife-friendly food growing in their grounds. Please complete this short survey about what is happening in your school and what support you need.

CPD Careers in land-based and environmental industries

13th March, Plumpton College. A FREE session for secondary teachers exploring the career opportunities in the land-based sector and the routes to access them.  More info.  
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