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Ecobot: Win Rewards for Your School!

Ecobot

Our friend Eco the Ecobot would like to sign up 100 primary schools in our network area.

Eco will reward the schools that reduce their energy use over a 4 month window.

It's simple!

An energy consumption reduction of:

  • 1-5% will be rewarded with £250
  • 6-10% will be rewarded with £500
  • 11-15% will be rewarded with £750

Specially commissioned Lesson Plans, including maths, science, English and geography will be available alongside some useful resources to help the teachers encourage the children in their challenge. 

We will also award special recognition prizes for innovative ideas which have a positive impact on overall energy consumption.

Ecobot will explain the nuts and bolts....


 

Are you interested?

Firstly you will need to check that your school is in our network area. You can do this easily by entering your school's postcode into our handy online tool

Once you have confirmed that your school is eligible you will need to register your school's details online. 

During the registration process please have your school's energy consumption data for the period of 1st October 2017 to 31st January 2018

Once registration is complete you will receive your login details for our Ecobots website. 

Within the login section, you will be granted 'Early Bird Access' to all of the lesson plans and resources that were curated by teachers like you. 

Only 100 schools can register..... so don't delay and register today!
 
For any enquiries please email tcarr@westernpower.co.uk

Terms and conditions:

  • The school must be within the Western Power Distribution region.
  • Failure to provide evidence of your energy use in the qualifying period will result in the cancellation of your registration.
  • By registering into the Ecobot Challenge, you agree to participate in publicity related to the scheme.
  • Please note, the school must remain in the Challenge until 28th February 2019 to receive the relevant cash award.
     

Ecobot resource library

Ecobot schools challenge