Register your school to take part in the Great British September Clean 2020

This year we were absolutely blown away by the support from teachers and pupils for the Great Big School Clean. With more than 170,000 school pupils and almost 2,000 schools signed up, the enthusiasm and excitement it generated exceeded all our expectations.

After the postponement of the Great Big School Clean earlier this year, we are thrilled to announce the launch of the Great British September Clean, from September 11-27, 2020. From individual clean-ups to school and community group picks, we are encouraging all of our #LitterHeroes to stand up and make a difference in their local area.

Please register your activity below to take part in the Great British September Clean.
 
To ensure that the Great British September Clean complies with the Government guidance in relation to COVID-19, this year’s clean-up will be amended slightly to ensure the very greatest level of health and safety for all participants. For our full guidance regarding Covid-19, please visit our website.

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* 1. School Details

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* 2. Are you part of the Eco-School programme*?

*The Eco-School Programme represents the largest sustainable schools programme anywhere in the world. It encourages schools to embark on a meaningful path towards improving the environment both within the school and the local community. Please visit www.eco-schools.org.uk/ to find out how your school or nursery can sign up.

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* 3. Are you a primary or secondary school?

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* 4. How many clean-ups will you hold?

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* 5. In total, how many children will take part in each clean-up?

You can read the Great British September Clean terms and conditions for clean-up hosts by following this link.

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* 6. Have you read and understood the terms?

Thank you for registering for the Great British September Clean. Please note, we aren't registering any schools via the website and you don't need to do anything else at this stage. 

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