Clean School Air
Many schools in the UK are places where levels of air pollution are dangerously high, especially if they are close to busy roads.
Clean School Air is a not-for-profit campaigning and resources group here to help parents and schools who want to improve the quality of the air for their children.
Our focus is on schools – but we support the mission to improve quality for everyone.
The air pollution crisis is global.
9 out of 10 people on the planet breathe contaminated air.World Health Organisation
It is estimated that approx 40,000 people in the UK die early because of the effects of air pollution.Royal College of Physicians
Covid-19 has exacerbated the extent of the air pollution crisis and even small increased levels of air pollution can raise the number of Covid deaths.Data from ONS
Exposure increases the risk of cardiac, cancer and chronic respiratory diseases.Annual Report of Chief Medical Officer 2017 – Health Impacts of Air Pollution
What can we do for our schools?
Advocate for better air quality with other parents.
Where you can get the finances for your clean air improvements.
Plants, inside and outside, can help purify the air.
Modify actions that cause air pollution and reduce exposure.
On the Inside
Techniques and equipment to improve air in classrooms.
Information packs and guidelines for schools on how to tackle air pollution
This is a list of private companies selling products and services that schools might want to use in their air pollution reduction programmes.
These companies are not endorsed by CleanSchoolAir and the list is not comprehensive
Chiswick Oasis – St Mary’s Primary School
After St Mary’s Primary School in Chiswick, London, was listed as one of the 50 most polluted primaries schools in London, a group of parents got together, turned the news on its head, and transform the school into one of the greenest: a model for all the others to follow.
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The links, suggestions and organisations on this website are not endorsed by CleanSchoolAir. We suggest taking independent advice before any actions are taken.