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The E.Y.E. Project is pleased to now offer a revised membership package to all West Sussex schools to reflect a growing network.

The project is very aware of the current funding crisis in the County but is also keen to maintain and increase engagement levels within schools to help inspire young people to become ambassadors for sustainable living.

The annual membership fee is now replaced with a nominal joining fee. Schools are invited to register as E.Y.E Project members for a one off payment of:

Primary/Junior/Infant Schools:  £50                  Secondary Schools:   £75

The benefits and minimal costs of joining our new membership scheme are detailed in the attached E.Y.E Project Provision of Services for West Sussex Schools/SLA document but in summary:

Member schools will receive the following benefits:

•   Priority places at Eco Summit events

•   Free facilitated termly networking events

•   Regular newsletters and communication

•   Opportunity to showcase school eco activities

•   Eco Club support

•   To form part of the Strategic Advisory Group 

               As an added bonus Member schools will also be given two free places to an Eco Summit event after April 2017.


If you wish to become a member of The E.Y.E Project please contact the Project Officer Clare Sutton on 01903 237864 (347) or email


Quotes from current member schools about the benefits of membership:

‘EYE works hard to promote the values of the project. It has given me the opportunity to meet with the project manager to help me set up an eco-club. Being a member school of EYE means that we can work with other local schools networking, especially in regards the aforementioned eco-clubs. Subsidised costs for the Eco-summit will enable more of our disadvantaged students to attend.’  Durrington High School Eco Rep

‘As a school we benefit from the E.Y.E Project newsletters which provide us with information on local events and funding. We have used this to secure additional funding which has supported Eco-based projects within our school such as the Ernest Cook Trust funding which will be used to support our Forest School through the purchase of outdoor clothes and plants.’ Thomas a Becket Eco Rep

‘The E.Y.E project inspired our Eco-warriors for the start of the new year.’ Bramber Primary Eco Rep

‘The E.Y.E Project provides a fantastic opportunity for staff and students to discuss investigate and promote environmental issues affecting both our local and wider environment.’ Worthing High School Eco Rep

The children within our school's Eco committee have the opportunity to attend the annual Eco Summit, meeting and working with children from other schools and enjoy taking part in all the workshops. As Eco co-ordinator I have the opportunity to liaise with other schools and organisations during the E.Y.E Project's network meeting and CPD sessions.’ Thomas a Becket Eco Rep