School talks – inspiring the next generation
As the ‘Human Fish’, Oly Rush captures children’s imagination, engages them with the plastic pollution problem and inspires behaviour change. His school visits show how we can all take action to save our seas, rather than just increasing young people’s eco-anxiety and despair. Project Planet Earth is working on a range of ways to inspire and involve children and young people.
School assembly talks
One-off talks full of information, inspiration and ideas for direct action.
Six week programme exploring the plastic pollution problem and solutions.
Use Oly’s visit to inspire your own plastic pollution projects.
These schools care about oceans
Hayeswood First School – Wimborne
“All classes had discussions around the assembly and the children were very passionate about the subject. Eco club are going to organise a beach clean for the new year.”
Verwood First School
“We would just have liked longer – the children were so excited, interested and involved.”
Hillside Community First School
“It was excellent…made links to where Oly has been in the world, which the children could locate on a map.”