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Lets Go Zero 2030

“We’ve taken the Let’s Go Zero pledge, declaring our aim to become zero carbon by 2030. We’re joining schools across the UK in this national campaign to show the overwhelming support for zero carbon schools, and inviting government and local councils to work with us to reach this goal.

We know that schools can be the trailblazers for their community, responding to young people’s calls for action.  In fact, they can inspire whole communities to tackle the climate crisis. In the coming pivotal ‘climate decade,’ we will be part of Let’s Go Zero’s national network of schools and sustainability, sharing information about how to reach zero carbon, and working with local councils and government to make it happen.

We’re committing to cut carbon in a number of key areas. Here are some of the things we’ve already done / are planning to do:

  • By joining the Let’s Go Zero campaign and committing to becoming a school, we’re taking a positive step on a local level to help combat the climate issues we all face globally. It sends a strong message to our whole school and community that together we can safeguard our planet for future generations.
  • We are signed up with Derbyshire County Council to check our gas and electricity used throughout the day
  • We are in consultation with Severn Trent Water Severn Trent free water audit and improvement measures.  A trained technician will visit us and carry out a detailed inspection and fix any leaks.
  • School will receive a detailed audit report with suggestions for reducing water usage

Find out more about the Let’s Go Zero campaign here: