Eco Council

Our Student's Eco-Action representatives have been working really hard to make sure our school and local community is as environmentally and as eco-friendly as possible. 



We certainly have an extremely entusiastic and motivated team this year!

The children have been busy designing recyling certificates for an interclass competition for the best recycling class each week. This is an iniative we are going to introduce in the next half term.

Adding to the activities of litter picking, revamping the bug house and recycling, our Eco Team have also asked to grow fruit and vegetables in our planters on the field (where each class will be allocated a plot) and to clean up our pond area. Busy times ahead!

Excitingly, as part of our interfaith week- the Rights Respecting Amabassadors and our Eco Team are going to ocme together to create a 'Peace Garden'. They are going to use recycled items to create a peaceful area for refelction in our school grounds - and idea inspired by Joshua Shaw in Year 3.

Now the weather is picking up, we hope to get things underway as soon as possible and will keep you updtated of the progress.

4th April Update

During the Easter Holidays, Gardening Club was a huge success and we have made some good headway in improving our grounds and encouraging more wildlife. We still have our Peace Garden to develop and this will be a priority over the next half term. 



Miss Evans





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Eco Schools Logo
Green Flag Award Logo
UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Gold Award
Arts Council: Artsmark Silver Award
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