This autumn term, as part of the Dirt Is Good Schools Programme, young people in primary and secondary schools across the UK will come together to act on environmental and social causes that they care about.
Supported by their teachers, young people will unite in compassion and create their own social and environmental action projects with their peers. From raising money for charity, to repurposing waste plastic bags, and tackling issues of racism in football, Dirt Is Good projects can make a real impact in all corners of the community.
The programme includes bespoke personal development for teachers and provides a range of high-quality resources. It will officially launch on the 21st of October (World Values’ Day) with an exciting virtual event.
The more people who unite in compassion, the more impact our young people can make!