Welcome to the a brand new collaboration between
Outdoor Ted® and the educational team at Drax.
Here you can find everything you need to know about our new Eco-Champions Passport that is FREE for all schools and families to access.
You can choose a two hour launch event at the Skylark Nature Reserve or have our team visit you at your school.
Through active learning we will introduce your children to 'Reduce, Reuse and Recycle" along with some nature connectedness activities.
From here the pupils can download a digital passport and complete 5 activities to become an official Eco-Champion.
For more information please watch the welcome video and use the contact form below for any enquiries.
Free 2 hour launch event
Book the Eco team at the Skylark Nature reserve or at your own school. We then leave you with 5 tasks to achieve.
Celebrate your Eco-Champions achievements with a day of exploring the nature reserve. Camp fire, shelter building and some team building activities.
Launch event - Extended Day
Turn your launch event into a full day at the nature reserve, pond dipping, bug hotels, and learning about the history of the power station.
Ocean/River Plastic Event
Join the team at North Yorkshire Outdoor Learning Services and take your pupils on a river or ocean journey collecting waste along the way.
Not yet available. More details to follow soon
To start your passport journey, click on the teachers guide.
This document includes everything you need to know about engaging your pupils with the Eco-Champions ethos.
It also includes your class list for tracking your pupils progress.
Activity One - Litter
Activity Two - Waste
Activity Three - Biodiversity
Activity Four - Energy
Activity Five - School Grounds
Outdoor Ted and drax are teaming up to bring you the Eco-Champions Passport.
We are now taking bookings for September onwards.
Just fill in the form below and you will receive an instant reply, if you haven't received it within 5 minutes please check your junk/spam/clutter boxes.
The passport is designed as a pre cursor for schools to achieve their Eco-Schools accreditation.
Not only will the pupils learn some interesting facts about rubbish, composting and saving energy but they will be given a series of tasks to complete at school and at home.
Once all of the pupils have completed their passports they will be invited to the Skylark Nature Reserve for a celebration event.
All of this will be delivered for FREE
Just fill in the form below and we'll get back to you within 5 working days.