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Eco-Schools Programme

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Eco-Schools is a fundamental initiative which encourages young people to engage in their environment by allowing them the opportunity to actively protect it. It starts in the classroom, it expands to the school and eventually fosters change in the community at large.
Through this programme, young people experience a sense of achievement at being able to have a say in the environmental management policies of their schools, ultimately steering them towards certifiction and the prestige which comes with being awarded the International Green Flag.

The Eco-Schools programme is an ideal way for schools to embark on a meaningful path towards improving the environment in both the school and the local community while at the same time having a life-long positive impact on the lives of young people, their families, school staff and local authorities.


The focus throughout is on the process and on education, however, many countries also combine it with other programmes, as it provides an integrated system for environmental management of schools based on a continuous improvement approach similar to ISO 14001/EMAS. Hence, the programme’s great advantage is its flexibility.
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Learn about the SEVEN STEP PROCESS of implementing Eco-Schools Programme and the SDG THEMES that schools can choose from!

PRESCHOOLS

My First Skool @ Marine Terrace

Agape Little Uni@ Clementi

PCF Sparkletots Preschool @ Tampines West Blk 942

Etonhouse Preschool 223 @ Mountbatten

Agape Little Uni @ Jurong West

EtonHouse Preschool (Vanda Campus)

My First Skool Choa Chu Kang

Little Paddington Preschool

Cherie Hearts @ Charlton

Mulberry Learning Centre @ Woodlands

Agape Little Uni @ Cecil

Arts Kidz Preschool

Agape Little Uni @ CCK

E-Bridge Preschool Fernvale

Agape Little Uni Commonwealth 

My First Skool @ 612 Yishun

Sunshine Kids Care Centre Pte Ltd

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Primary Schools

Anchor Green Primary School

Shuqun Primary School

Admiralty Primary School

Lianhua Primary School

Cantonment Primary School

Concord Primary School

Dazhong Primary School

Marsiling Primary School

Punggol Green Primary School

St Anthony's Primary School

Teck Whye Primary School

Jie Min Primary School

North Vista Primary School

West Grove Primary School

Palm View Primary School

Northoaks Primary School

Sengkang Primary School

Greenwood Primary School

Punggol Primary School

Keming Primary School

Yang Zheng Primary School

Temasek Primary School

Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School

Queenstown Primary School

Woodgrove Primary School

Pioneer Primary School

Casuarina Primary School

Xinmin Primary School

St. Hilda's Primary School

Fernvale Primary School

Fu Hua Primary School

Henry Park Primary School

Tampines North Primary School

Bedok Green Primary School

Springdale Primary School

St Joseph's Institute Junior
Canberra Primary School

Secondary Schools

Commonwealth Secondary School

Kranji Secondary School

Nan Hua High School

Woodgrove Secondary School

Yuhua Secondary School

Ang Mo Kio Secondary School 

Hillgrove Secondary School

Zhenghua Secondary School

Anglo Chinese School (Independent)

Nanyang Girls' High School

Yuying Secondary School

Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School

Swiss Cottage Secondary School

Hai Sing Catholic School

Jurong Secondary School

Fuchun Secondary School

Queensway Secondary School

Woodlands Ring Secondary School

Edgefield Secondary School

Punggol Secondary School

Clementi Town Secondary School

Bedok South Secondary

Peirce Secondary

Riverside Secondary School

St Joseph's Institute

Anderson Secondary School
Chung Cheng High Yishun

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The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) is a non-government, non-profit organisation promoting sustainable development through environmental education. They offer five programmes in over 60 countries. FEE is an international umbrella organisation with one national member organisation per country representing FEE on the national level and in charge of implementing FEE programmes nationally.

WWF-Singapore represents the interests of Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) and all 5 FEE programmes in Singapore. Eco-Schools Programme and  Young Reporter for the Environment (YRE) Programme are currently implemented by WWF-Singapore.
 

Post-Secondary Institutions

ITE College West

ITE College East

ITE College Central

Canadian International School

Stamford American International School

Dulwich College Singapore

GEMS World Academy

Hillside World Academy

Australian International School

Chatsworth International School (Emerald Hill)

Global Indian International School (SMART)

Global Indian International School (Mountbatten) Preschool

Hwa Chong International School

Nexus International School

Lycee Francais de Singapour (French School Singapore)

German European School Singapore

Chatsworth International (Bukit Timah)

Kindle Kids International School

EtonHouse Broadrick International School

UWCSEA Dover

The Winstedt School