Including young people

As an educator you are acutely aware that not only are young people our future, they are also one of the groups that are most at risk from air pollution. Use our resources to inspire young people into action so we can all benefit from a future with clean air!

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is BSW-2019-Primary-resources.pngWe engaged more than 1,500 young people directly during the engagement process, with hundreds of thousands so far reached online and through our downloadable schools resources. We’ve been featured in the British Science Associations annual British Science Week schools pack (primary in 2019 and secondary in 2020) and have resources on Sustainable Learning’s website.

All our (primary and secondary school) resources are now available in this handy Educator Pack! Please download and share widely. If you would like a high resolution copy then get in touch.

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Clean Air Assembly + fact and act sheet

To support your teaching, we have produced a PowerPoint presentation for assemblies/group discussion

Introduce children to the issues of air pollution and carbon emissions then work your way through the resources in the Educator Pack above. If you have less time, then use our handy ‘fact and act’ for young people instead!

Clean Air Top Trumps

We have put a twist on the much-loved card game Top Trumps. Print the cards and work with the children to create cards that could support or jeopardise a clean air future. Rank the ideas according to a number of attributes and then play the game!


Feel ready to act? Download our postcards and get the children to fill them out and send to their MP, head teacher, or person of influence. Download the full pack (left) to choose your design, or print our primary postcard (right) ready to send fill out and send.



We have produced a series of graphics to help support you in communicating the issues and solutions. Check out the city-specific take action pages for more graphics available in your language.

Schools competition

Our schools’ competition “My City, My School, My Home” involved young people aged 13-16 in improving their city. It was first piloted in Hungary with great success. The analogue version is available in the pack above. The digital version will soon be available here too – stay tuned!