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Berkshire Schools Eco Network



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The Berkshire Schools Eco Network (BSEN) was the second regional network to set up, meeting for the first time in the autumn term 2020. Students from member secondary schools, as well as those attending independently, meet monthly on Microsoft Teams for an hour on Tuesday evenings, taking it in turn to chair and take minutes. There are also self-organised meetings and online Teams channels for biodiversity, climate and outreach working groups. Representatives from the Council and local environmental organisations often attend to discuss local initiatives with students. Staff meet after student meetings and there is a staff WhatsApp group. 


Calling Berkshire students and staff: get in touch if you’d like your school to join!
Note: students should ask a teacher to get in touch on their behalf or use a school email address copying in a teacher 

Our aims 


  • To raise awareness about and tackle environmental issues in Berkshire schools and in the wider community.
  • To implement environmental awareness into Berkshire schools’ curriculums to increase knowledge of the negative impact humans are
    having on our planet and how we can all make a difference.

  • To support schools in signing up and achieving awards from schemes, such as Let's Go Zero, Eco-Schools, Plastic Free Schools and Plastic Clever

  • To foster connections between schools to strengthen the Berkshire Schools Eco-Network community.

  • To establish links with external campaigns to broaden our impact.

  • To foster links with primary schools so that we can share ideas and nurture interests in the environment from an early age.

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