Environmental Education Centre
Join the mission to reduce, re-use and recycle!
Haringey Council has a dedicated Environmental Education Centre which is run by Veolia Haringey. Schools and other groups can attend to take part in fun and interactive workshops which focus on waste and recycling issues.
Visitors can meet wiggly worms, get messy making their own piece of recycled paper and have the unique opportunity to tour the Re-use and Recycling Centre. Workshops are available to support students from KS1 up to Post 16 education to cover a wide range of curriculum areas and topic themes.
- To find out more about the workshops and Veolia Haringey’s Waste Warriors education programme, please visit the Veolia education website (external link).
"Great activities - children were engaged and consolidated what they had learnt in exciting and fun activities” Haringey School Teacher
The Environmental Education Centre is aimed at schools, but other groups can also attend.
The centre is located on the same site as the recycling centre in Wood Green:
- Western Road
Bus: nearest routes - W3, 184
Train: Alexandra Palace mainline station is a short distance away
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The Education Centre is open on weekdays. Visits are free for pupils attending Haringey schools. Prices will be agreed with other groups depending on their needs.
All groups visiting the Centre can have a tour of the adjacent Re-use and Recycling Centre, which always proves to be very popular.
- For more information or to book a session at the Environmental Education Centre, please email firstname.lastname@example.org call 07800 584 299.
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