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Clean Air Day resources for schools

Air pollution is the single biggest environmental health risk in the UK and young people are particularly vulnerable to the effects of poor air quality. School communities can play a big role in raising awareness of the need for clean air and taking action to improve air quality in and around their schools.

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How to get involved

1

Run a Learning Session in your school

Pack includes:

  • Assembly packs for KS1-2 and KS3
  • Lesson plans and activities for KS1, KS2 and KS3

Please note, these resources were last updated for Clean Air Day 2023, but will still be really useful for schools taking part in Clean Air Day 2024.

Download the LEARNING SESSION PACK

Download the learning session pack for Scotland

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2

Help spread the word

Use our social media pack to communicate the health risks of air pollution to brain and mind health.

Let people know what action you are taking as a school to tackle air pollution.

Download the social media pack

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3

Celebrate Clean Air Day

From pledge cards, banners, posters and bunting - we have what you need to celebrate Clean Air Day 2024

dOWNLOAD THE CLEAN AIR DAY PACK

Download the clean air day pack for Scotland

DOWNLOAD THE CLEAN AIR DAY PACK FOR WALES