All students and staff should be aware of what is going on and be encouraged to contribute to the process.
Use the Green-Schools notice board and/or newsletter to report on problems and progress.
Display weekly recordings/sightings. Raw figures need interpretation for different audiences, so simple graphical representation is important.
Highlight trends in recordings/sightings caused by changes in season, human activities; these can be illustrated in graph.
Arrange events for your “Day of Action” that involves families, friends, and neighbours of the school.
Compile a "biodiversity trail” around the school and neighbourhood, explaining the variety of life and its importance.
Organise drama, music, and art productions/host discussions/write articles for the local paper.
Encourage links with existing networks
Photograph biodiversity in your school and local area and put it up on display along with some information describing it.
Photocopy species surveys and do them at home/on holiday (e.g. the Birdwatch Ireland Bird Survey).