State-funded secondary schools in Dorset have the opportunity to win a bundle of eco books as part of an education company prize draw.

Little Green Change, non-profit social enterprise based in Lyme Regis, are offering ten books to any secondary school which participates in its Schools Programme.

The programme is aimed at Key Stage 3 and 4, offering free lessons, worksheets and activities to state schools which cover different environmental topics such as biodiversity, food waste, and energy.

It is linked with 11 UN Sustainable Development Goals, as well as with Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking Curriculum Learning to Careers.

Clare Matheson, founder and director of Little Green Change, said: “This is a great way of school eco clubs and libraries gaining a wide range of environmental books tailored to secondary-aged students for free.

“Whether a school eco club is interested in British wildlife, trees, plants for pollinators, careers in biodiversity, textiles, electrical waste, or food waste recycling, we have a lesson for them.

 “Thank you to our book bundle sponsor, Usborne Publishing, for supporting our free state-funded school activities in this way.”

There are 10 books up for grabs in their Spring 2024 draw, with titles including Climate Change for Beginners, Looking After Our Ocean, and 100 Things to Know about Saving the Planet.

 Any state secondary school who completes a programme lesson, worksheet or activity is entered into the termly book bundle draw, with a winning school being selected at random on Tuesday, April 16.

More information about the school programme cane be found on the Little Green Change website: