The BHee service has temporarily stopped while a retendering process takes place. During this period, support will still be available to schools for climate action and outdoor learning, delivered by Sussex Wildlife Trust and supported by Brighton & Hove City Council as part of their Carbon Neutral 2030 pledge.
You can still follow us on twitter on @BHeetweets.
We hope that many of our city's schools will join others from across the country at the virtual Youth Climate Summit 9-13 November, for the whole week, on one of the themed days or just for a single session.
Please do email us if you plan to attend so we can share lessons learnt and pledges made across the city and feed into an exciting heads climate event early in 2021.
Youth Climate Summit - Registration Open!
Schedule of Primary sessions here
Schedule of Secondary sessions here. Registration here.
Look out for local expertise with sessions delivered by St Lukes Primary, ONCA, Sussex Wildlife Trust and Wild Coast Sussex!
Just One Tree: non-uniform day
Make a difference during the Youth Climate Summit week by holding a non-uniform or 'wear something green' day. For every £1 donated, a tree is planted through the global reforestation partners.
Last year over 350 schools took part and over 80,000 trees were planted!
More details, parents letter, KS1&2 learning resources and registration here.
Climate + Eco-School Resources
New resources have been added to the BHee website to help your school in climate action and Eco-Schools work. Check them out here.
South Downs National Park Webinars
A series of free online twilight training sessions taking place across the Autumn + Spring term linking learning to being outdoors in and around the South Downs National Park. Full programme here.
Nature 2020 Mass Observation Archive
Share your pupils experiences of nature during the pandemic with the Mass Observation Archive.
Further details here.
Local School Nature Grant
£500 of outdoor learning equipment and outdoor learning training from Learning Through Landscapes available to schools. More details here.
Orchards For Schools
Free schools' orchard and hedgerow packs available, with curriculum linked resources to inspire pupils about trees. Great for growing fruit, wildlife habitats and carbon-storing. Details here.
SDNPA Bee-lines School Project
Join Learning through Landscapes at their free pollinator workshops to find out about funding for Schools in the South Downs National Park.