Students who attended the Regional Training Days are supported to establish ECO-UNESCO Clubs. These clubs provide a support framework for action within the school.
The Students club will be the point of contact for the week of action for all management, teaching and non-teaching staff and student body. Ideally a T.Y group will form the club and it will remain within the T.Y. year as students’ progress. This thus leads to a natural embedding of D.E/E.S.D activity in the school life and culture – spearheaded each year by the T.Y. year.
The ECO-UNESCO club will be further supported by an ECO-UNESCO education officer with dedicated meetings in school with the students and support and resources on campaigning. Having dedicated meetings with the student focused club will help encourage student empowerment and peer to peer learning and taking action on their local to global action projects.