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Reclaim the Green, Reclaim the Nature


St Vincent's School being used as a case study for 'Let's Go Zero 2030.'

Let’s Go Zero is the national campaign uniting teachers, pupils, parents and their schools as they all work together to be zero carbon by 2030.

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Liverpool ONE has launched a search for a Local Climate Hero to celebrate the arrival of the Everyday Climate Hero Exhibition to inspire and champion positive change. St Vincent's are featured within 'The Guide - Liverpool Magazine.'

Click on the picture above to access the article online.


St Vincent's School Winners of the 'Outstanding Commitment to the Environment' Award At the Educate Awards 2021

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St Vincent’s School Pupils and staff have been integrating climate action into its curriculum. It has also joined Ashden’s Let’s Go Zero, a national campaign uniting UK schools working to cut their carbon emissions to zero by 2030.

Reclaim the Green, Reclaim the Nature is a project that is live right now! It is aimed at taking pupils of St Vincent's and establishing them as leaders  to encourage young people into not only becoming an agent of change but also innovators of innovators. 

By using the three documents below as a 'What if?' impact concept to create discussion and by keeping in mind the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals we are aiming to Reclaim the Green, Reclaim the Nature.

When it comes to climate action, we need new ideas and everyone involved.

Get inspired by our pupils Beth, Josh, Adam and Dr. John Patterson Principal of St Vincent’s who are at the heart of climate action in Liverpool.




The Ashden Awards 2021: celebrating bold and brilliant climate pioneers | #COP26

This year the annual Ashden Awards celebration tell visitors to the Glasgow COP and a global online audience the inspiring stories of climate champions from around the world. Champions whose exciting initiatives can fire us towards a low-carbon future.

Our very own Emilio features on the video @ 3:45 mins to talk about The Zero Carbon Schools Campaign.

BBC presents the St Vincent's garden at RHS Tatton Park Flower Show 2021

Abyan presents the St Vincent's garden at RHS Tatton Park Flower Show 2021

Youth Climate Summit 2020   

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Youth Climate Summit 2020 is running from the 9th - 13th November 2020. The Youth Climate Summit is an engaging, free and accessible week of climate action and discovery for schools, with events hosted online throughout the week. The Youth Mock COP is running at the same time, and the Youth Climate Summit will complement and feed into this.

Schools from around the UK will be coming together for the Youth Climate Summit during what would have been the week of COP26 to take action to create a more just, sustainable world and make commitments and pledges for the planet.

St Vincent's will be taking part in both the Primary and Secondary Schedule. Click on the timetables below to find out when...


Click on the link below to find out more about St Vincent's input on the Youth Climate Summit and how you can participate...

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World Cities Day 2020 - Valuing our communities and cities

St Vincent's school's contribution for @UNHABITAT's World Cities Day 2020. Connecting Visually Impaired Innovation as agents of change for climate action with new trade and employability as we try to save the planet!

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