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I’ve loved it. It was very enjoyable and interesting. All the activities were well planned. The whole experience taught me a lot about the environment.

- Anon

As a school we benefit from the E.Y.E Project newsletters which provide us with information on local events and funding. 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 meetings.

- Thomas a Becket Eco Rep

Article in the Chichester Post following the Chichester Eco Summit event in 2017

- Article in the Chichester Post

Today was a great opportunity to learn about things I didn’t know, which will be very useful for my Geography GCSE and pursuing a career in this field.

- Keira from The Littlehampton Academy

The E.Y.E project inspired our Eco-warriors for the start of the new year.

- Bramber Primary Eco Rep

It was BRILLIANT! We had such a special day and everyone (including staff) was buzzing during and after the event. Thank you to you and your team for a truly spectacular day which we shall never forget.

- Mr Jeffery, Deputy Headmaster, Our Lady of Sion School

I’ve learnt lots! I know how to make the world a better place! I had lots of fun.

- Rhiannon from Hawthorns Primary

Article in the Worthing Herald following the 10th Worthing & Adur Eco Summit event in 2017

- Article in the Worthing Herald

I have learnt about the different materials that you can recycle and about how we need to help get the rubbish to stop going into landfills and the ocean

- Anon

I would like to thank you for the fantastic Eco Summit - our pupils had an amazing day and all learnt lots about the environment. The children that attended the summit will be presenting an assembly to our school to help raise awareness at Heene. I am also going to follow up from the 'What's gone wrong' workshop run by the National Trust during our science days later this term.

- Ms Rhoades, Heene Primary School