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Working with teachers and pupils, based on his aims and objectives,  Crocodile Joe has devised a list of simple guidelines that every school can adhere to.  By working together with Crocodile Joe  and making these small changes, that will make a big difference to the environment, each school can become part of a campaign that sees each pupil, teacher and parent taking responsibility for their school and environment.


To become a Crocodile Joe Approved School,  the following  criteria needs be met:

- Each school to have a prominent, designated notice board with details of the schools environment projects on it including Crocodile Joes visit.
- Recycling bins in every class room.
- Switch off lights and computers off each night.
- Organise a litter picking day within the school grounds and surrounding area.


Every school that completes the tasks will receive a certificate to show in their reception and be listed below as an approved school and friend of Crocodile Joes.

Approved Schools:

Oakdene Pre- school, Wilmslow, Cheshire.


Tithe Barn Primary School, Stockport, Cheshire


St Saviours Primary school, Stonclough, Manchester