Blue Ocean Planet operates a number of projects to spread the word of Marine Conservation across the UK and the World, from workshops in schools to conservation projects and public events.
Blue Ocean Planet aims to develop concrete long term connections between schools and their local environments through our education activities.
We bring engaging and important ocean learning to the classroom, offering educational activities to primary and secondary schools. B.O.P can visit your school, or even better, we can run a session for your pupils to come out of school to learn about and discover their marine world.
Students learn about ocean life, human interactions with the ocean, and the ocean’s physical geography. Students gain the information necessary to formulate their own opinions on ocean-related environmental issues.
Blue Ocean Planet aims to involve the community in local conservation projects
We believe in organising community projects to get people involved in conservation projects on their doorstep, whether that be here on Merseyside or in the Philippines with our schools projects there.
We have organised beach cleans in Sefton where we brought together a wide cross section of the community to get out and clean up their beach. Dive and Clean conservation in the Albert dock and off Anglesey.
Philippines Schools projects
Blue Ocean Planet believes in spreading the word of Marine Conservation globally
We don’t just work in schools in the UK but with other communities around the world, as such we have developed a long term contact with this school in the Philippines where we recently completed the Mural projects with the local school children.
Spreading the word of Marine Conservation
Blue Ocean Planet is passionate about spreading the word of Marine Conservation so we are often to be seen out and about at Markets and other public events, encouraging community action and conservation volunteering.
Through our range of T.shirts, Bags and other merchandise we want people to carry our messages with them where ever they go.