A National Award to recognise Schools who care
for their Toilets
Welcome to the School Toilet Award. Here you can find out about and enter your school for the national School Toilet Award.
Schools that provide good standard toilets that meet the needs of their pupils can gain an award to recognise and celebrate their achievement.
The School Toilet Award is open to every primary and secondary school, including special schools, maintained and non-maintained, in the UK as well as to British schools overseas. Schools can apply for the Award online or by post. There is no cost to schools - entry and support materials are free.
The School Toilet Award is run by the Bog Standard campaign for better toilets for pupils - the campaigning arm of the national charity ERIC (Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence).
Whether you call them toilets, lavatories, WCs, washrooms, restrooms, or bathrooms, good ones are vital. They might be the smallest rooms in the school but they can have one of the biggest impacts on pupil health, education and happiness.
See the Entry Forms here.
Win a storyteller visit and other great prizes for your school!
To celebrate World Toilet Day on 19th November 2011, all entries for a School Toilet Award will be entered into a prize draw to win exciting prizes including a storyteller visit and signed book sets by authors including Michael Morpurgo and Steve Cole. Prizes will be suitable for primary and secondary schools.