Sustainability at Solihull College & University Centre

Solihull College & University Centre and Stratford-upon-Avon College are committed to making a positive impact on the wider environment.

A team of 60 staff and students – the ‘Green Champions’ – support the College in achieving this goal. The team is lead by:

Ashlea-Jayne Mallett

Ashlea-Jayne Mallett
Sustainability Advisor

Matthew Dunn (Student Green Officer)

Matthew Dunn
Student Green & Sustainability Officer

Clear goals and targets have been set to ensure the College is doing everything it can to tackle the climate crisis.

If you would like to learn more about our commitment, please contact Sustainability Advisor Ashlea-Jayne Mallett via

SDG Teach In

The College was named Further Education Winner as part of the SOS SDG Teach In.

Greener Solihull Schools Award

The College was delighted to complete Levels 1 and 2 of the Greener Solihull Schools Award.

Thinking Further: Sustainable Futures

A partnership project with Solihull MBC and Solihull College & University Centre to help students interested in careers in sustainability. The project was led by the Sustainability Officers and involved students, local businesses, universities and other organisations.

Sustainable Careers & Skills

“At Solihull College & University Centre and Stratford-upon-Avon College we recognise the importance of reducing our impact on the environment and have implemented initiatives in support of environmental improvement and sustainable development. We acknowledge our responsibilities in protecting the environment at all levels and continue to develop a sustainability policy which commits us to making real and impactful changes in the way we run.”

“In recent months with the appointment of our Sustainability Officer and ever-growing green champions network, we are already seeing changes taking place that hint towards a greener future for our College. It will be our continued intention to improve our approach to ensuring we do the very best we can for the future, our college, and our wider environment.”

Lindsey Stewart

Lindsey Stewart, Acting Principal