From Inverness to Plymouth, Liverpool to Brighton, schools across the UK are joining Let’s Go Zero.

Explore our map to see where teachers, students and school communities are taking action to become zero carbon by 2030.

Let’s Go Zero schools

Meet some of the schools taking action

King's Academy Ringmer School, East Sussex
Primary students monitor the school's 450kW biomass boiler, which saves around 400 tonnes of CO2 going into the atmosphere each year.
Damers School, Dorest
Children show Michael Gove their school's climate golden rules.
St Francis Xavier School, Yorkshire
Students designed and made a hedgehog box from an unwanted wooden pallet to help encourage wildlife and increase biodiversity in their school grounds.
South Molton Community School, Devon
Their composting system for kitchen waste means the school has zero food waste.

Ready to help your school join Let’s Go Zero?

Become part of a national network of schools and sustainability organisations,  working together with local councils and government to help schools become zero carbon.