Midlands Schools Sustainability Network

 

 

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The Midlands Schools Sustainability Network (MSSN) set up in November 2020 around the time of the Youth Climate Summit. Students meet fortnightly for an hour on Thursday evenings to share initiatives in their own schools, hear about local issues and plan joint projects. MSSN members have organised youth conferences and regularly take part in UK-wide research and events.  

MSSN will be working closely with two new networks launching in autumn 2021 in Greater Manchester and the Mersey Region. 

 

Calling Midlands 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 

Students & staff attend meetings & events from: 

 

  • King Edward's School Edgbaston
  • Loughborough Grammar School
  • Bromsgrove School
  • Kings Norton Girls' School & Sixth Form
  • King Edward's Camp Hill Girls
  • Bishop Vesey's Grammar School
  • Warwick School
  • Wolverhampton Girls School
  • English Martyrs Catholic School
  • Loughborough Amherst School
  • Loughborough High School
  • Walton High School
  • All Saints Primary, Bednall & St Leonard’s First School, Dunston
  • Anglo American School of Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Bablake
  • Bluecoats Walsall
  • Bramcote College 
  • Fircroft Adult Education
  • Foundation for Environmental Education

  • Handsworth Girls' School

  • Walton High School
  • Warwick School
  • Whitecross High School
  • Wolverhampton Grammar School
  • Loughborough Amherst School
  • Leasowes Primary School

 

  • Walton High School
  • Warwick School
  • Whitecross High School
  • Wolverhampton Grammar School
  • Loughborough Amherst School
  • Leasowes Primary School

 

Contact

 

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