• How can schools reduce waste
    Teacher Tips

    How can schools reduce their waste?

    Trash, waste, refuse – we all know there is too much of it. At worst it clusters our waterways, critically damages animal species and pollutes our living spaces. At best it ends up in a landfill or incinerator – both of which cause their own environmental and health issues. So what’s the solution?  For schools, there are lots of effective measures you can take to decrease your community’s waste output (both in and outside of the school premises). Let’s dive in and take a look at what you can do to reduce school waste:   Audit your school waste Boring as it may sound, the best solutions are backed by…

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    Less paper, more interactive with Kami 📒

    You’ve found the BEST new worksheet for your class! It explains all the principles you want your students to learn and then has them complete some fun activities to cement their knowledge. You print out copies for everyone (in your precious lunch break) and the lesson goes down a storm. But as your students charge out for the school bus, you are left with a mound of crumpled paper sheets. All those valuable resources are now nothing but waste. The constant cycle of paper waste can be demoralizing and time-intensive – but it doesn’t need to be that way. Our Kami Hero Jennifer Crane, science and health teacher from St.…