Schools Media Hub

Welcome to the Salix media hub for schools and academies. 

Salix was launched in 2004 to help the public sector reduce energy costs and combat climate change. In 2012 we were proud to begin working in partnership with the Department for Education and have, to date, funded more than 3,400 energy efficiency projects in schools across the country, with plans to support many more.  

All over the world we are witnessing the effects of climate change. To make a positive difference globally, we must act locally. Our goal at Salix is to work with as many schools and academies as possible. Making our learning and working environments as energy efficient as they can be to decrease energy costs and reduce carbon consumption.  

This is a virtual space where schools and academies can learn about the variety of projects and support that is available, with a wealth of insight from head teachers, school business managers, finance managers, local authorities and even student eco clubs!  

Salix is your partner for a low carbon future, so whether you are a school, an academy, a multi-academy trust, or a local authority, we have lots of case studies, press releases, media articles, videos, infographics and flow charts to help.  

Salix has a dedicated schools and academies team who are on hand to help with questions and support throughout your application. You can view the whole team here.

Case Study

Maintained School Client Case Studies

Leven Valley Church of England Primary School

Leven Valley Church of England Primary School

Parrs Wood High School

Parrs Wood High School

Sir Henry Floyd Grammar

Sir Henry Floyd Grammar

Case Study

Academy Client Case Studies

Pax Christi Catholic Academy Trust

Pax Christi Catholic Academy Trust

Bedford Hall Methodist School

Bedford Hall Methodist School

whitstone

Whitstone Academy

Press Release

Press Releases

Parrs Wood PR

Parrs Wood High School cuts annual emissions by 286 tonnes a year

Northfleet School steps up bid to save the planet with 681 solar panels

Northfleet School steps up bid to save the planet with 681 solar panels