Lights, Camera, Action for Worcester schools in green eco-film bid - The Worcester Observer

Lights, Camera, Action for Worcester schools in green eco-film bid

Worcester Editorial 14th Jan, 2024   0

THE IKEA x Let’s Go Zero competition is giving Worcester and Malvern schools the chance to start a green project.

To be in with a chance of winning, pupils and teachers need to create a film about their sustainable work.

Four winning schools will choose one of three sustainability product bundles worth £1,500.

Either materials to create a swap shop, an outdoor learning area, or a sustainability hub which offers an indoor space for learning about climate issues.

To take part, pupils need to don their directors’ caps and make a short film about their school’s sustainability plans.

Pupils can show the work they’ve already carried out or talk about those who will use the space. Alternatively, they can show how the prize would bring positive change to the community.




Videos should be no more than one minute 30 seconds and feature pupils and teachers, showcasing their eco efforts.

Finished films should explain why they should win the competition and state which bundle would make the most difference.


Applications close on Monday, February 19.

Visit https://letsgozero.org/ikea-2022-lets-go-zero-school-competition for more.

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