Low Carbon Schools (case studies)

This set of case studies was produced for the East Midlands Low Carbon Schools conference on 7th March 2014. The 10 case study schools are a geographical spread across the East Midlands, a mix of primary, secondary and academies and range in age from the old (1940s) to middle age (1970s) and new build. They feature a mix of different projects and approaches, with each one exploring a particular theme in detail.

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Complete set of the 10 case studies below in one file | (pdf 5.9MB)

Brockington College, Enderby, Leicestershire - using pupil power to make savings | (pdf 1,015kb)

Church Gresley Infant & Nursery School, Swadlincote, Derbyshire - new energy efficient buildings | (pdf 847kb)

Edwalton Primary School, Edwalton, Nottinghamshire - engaging a whole school in energy saving | (pdf 1.3MB)

Melbury Primary School, Bilborough, Nottingham - action planning to reduce energy in a primary school | (pdf 857kb)

Oakley Vale Primary School, Corby, Northamptonshire - using renewable energy to reduce energy bills | (pdf 938kb)

St Faith and St Martin C of E Primary School, Lincoln, Lincolnshire - using technology to reduce energy | (pdf 942kb)

St John the Baptist CofE Primary School, Leicester - saving 20% on gas bills through simple measures | (pdf 1.2MB)

West Park School, Derby - improving heating systems in a large school | (pdf 1.4MB)

Wreake Valley Academy, Syston, Leicestershire - retrofitting a 1970s school for energy efficiency | (pdf 876kb)

Oakham C of E Primary School, Rutland - incorporating low carbon and adaptative features in a new build | (pdf 1.3MB)

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