Wastebuster

Welcome Teachers




 
This bin is full of resources designed to help teachers creatively explore waste in the curriculum, and to inspire children to take action in school and at home.
 
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Busta's Pick



Wastebuster have partnered with Recycle Now and have produced a new library of films, posters and activities, all featuring Busta and Pong. Join them on their exploration into different types of recycling.

Calling All West Sussex Primary Schools

Calling All West Sussex Primary Schools

Be a Recycling Hero at Home – Wastebuster Homework Competition 2018. We want to make sure that everyone knows what types of plastic can be recycled at… [READ MORE]

Calling All Surrey Primary Schools

Calling All Surrey Primary Schools

Be a Recycling Hero at Home – Wastebuster Homework Competition 2018. We want to make sure that everyone knows what types of plastic can be recycled at… [READ MORE]

Wastebuster's Home Recycling Challenge

Wastebuster's Home Recycling Challenge

Wastebuster’s Home Recycling Challenge had over 500 schools taking part and captured the imagination of over 142,000 children! The challenge aimed to get children thinking about how… [READ MORE]

Education for sustainable development enables people to develop the knowledge, values and skills to participate in decisions about the way we do things individually and collectively, both locally and globally, that will improve the quality of life now, without damaging the planet for the future.
The English National Curriculum, QCA

Education for Sustainable Development is an emerging but dynamic concept that encompasses a new vision of education that seeks to empower people of all ages to assume responsibility for creating a sustainable future.
UNESCO

Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) motivates, equips and involves individuals and social groups in reflecting on how we currently live and work, in making informed decisions and creating ways to work towards a more sustainable world. ESD is about learning for change.
IUCN - Commission on Education and Communication