With over 2,500 schools registered, hundreds of Schools are taking action with the Sky Rainforest Rescue Schools Challenge. Find out why...
Gaining Eco-Schools status
Thinking of using the Sky Rainforest Rescue Schools Challenge to gain Eco-Schools status for your school?
Find out how Gillygooley Primary gained Green Flag Status ... Read more
Working with Sky volunteers
We offer unique experiences to all schools participating in the Challenge.
Find out how Cairneyhill Primary School worked with Sky employee volunteers ... Read more
The Challenge enables teachers to enhance their classroom topic and fits specifically with the curriculum.
Find out how Ashbridge Independent School linked the Challenge into their Geography lessons ...
Students leading the way
Want to get your students running the classroom activities themselves?
Find out how St Andrews CE High School for Boys set up the team and downloaded the resources ... Read more
Find out how St Cedd's School ran a written communication campaign to encourage drinks companies to switch to Fairtrade ... Read more
Find out how Felpham Community College encouraged their school to switch off and switch on to protecting the rainforest ... Read more
Teams Taking Action
Challenge: Food We Eat
It's our absolute pleasure to announce our new Team of the Month - St. Bride's Foodies from St. Bride's Primary in Cambuslang. The team, led by their teacher Mr Nugent has shown great enthusiasm through their blog and the team members have undertaken some brilliant actions since starting the Challenge in February. Well done to you all and keep up the hard work during the final few weeks of the Challenge. Remember - the competition deadline is 14th June at midnight!