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Welcome to Eco Team

2017-2018

We are hoping to carry out FIVE projects this year to improve our schools environmental performance and renew our Green Flag status.  Updates will appear below and on our Eco-Board in school, please contact a member of the Eco-Team or Miss Farley if you would like to help with any of our projects, we welcome help from the school community.

Thanks

Miss Farley

Outdoor Learning Leader and Eco Team Leader

October 31st 2017 Update

Eco-Team (Our first meeting)

Today each member of team took joint responsibility for a part of the schools Environmental Review, we will be completing it to help us decide on our FIVE projects.

The Meeting Minutes are now displayed on the Eco-Board soon, feel free to look at them.

 

Miss Farley

October 2017 Update

Eco-Board

Our new Eco-Board is up and running.  Keep your eyes peeled for updates.

The Eco-Committee (Eco-Team) we will be having our first meeting on Tuesday 31st October.

 

Over the Autumn Term we will be carrying out an Environmental Review to check our schools performance across NINE topics - Biodiversity, Healthy Living, School Grounds, Water, Transport, Waste, Litter, Energy and Global Citizenship.

 

Our Environmental Review and the Meeting Minutes will be displayed on the Eco-Board soon, feel free to look at them.

 

Miss Farley

September 2017 Update

Eco-Committee (Eco-Team)

Our new members have been voted in and will be displayed on the Eco-Board soon. 

Two representatives from each class in KS1 and KS2.

Welcome Eco-Team 2017-18!

 

Miss Farley

Eco Team 2016-17
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What a great start to the year, we have once again been received the Green Flag Award! The Eco Team worked exceptionally hard, with the help of the rest of the school to achieve the Green Flag Award. The school had to put together an action plan, covering nine different topics, including biodiversity, energy saving, keeping healthy and developing the school groups. They set targets for what we should achieve in each of these areas, then at the end of the year, carried out an environmental review to assess how we were doing. Throughout the year, children across the school learned about healthy living, the effects of our transport choices on the environment, effects humans have on wildlife and our environment and much more, while the Eco Team worked hard alongside staff and the Site Manager to grow and harvest vegetables, plant bulbs to add colour to our woodland area, kept a close check on our energy usage, created and painted new planters for the yard and came up with a new Eco Code, which is displayed across the school. Everyone should be very proud of what they have achieved with this!

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