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Top Tips

  1. Energy – remember not to leave electrical appliances on stand-by, save energy, save money.

  2. Healthy Eating – try to eat different coloured foods in each meal. How many coloured foods have you eaten today? Are you a rainbow eater? Have you had a meal that was plant based?

  3. Marine – 

  • Use less plastic

  • Recycle

  • Let nature be

  • Ocean clean up

  • Reduce co2 by walking or using your bike

  • Use eco- friendly cleaning products

Eco Warriors

Welcome to our Eco council 2023-24. We have just completed our ‘Green Flag award’ and are thrilled to say we passed with flying colours!

We completed our Environmental review in November 2022 and it highlight 3 areas to work on.

  1. Energy – this is a continuation of last year’s brilliant work.

  2. Healthy Eating

  3. Marine

As a group, we created an action plan and thought about actions that we were going to put into place to improve our chosen topics.

  1. Energy – to continue to monitor energy use in classrooms and have a competition to see which class is the most energy efficient (lights, boards and computers off)

  2. Healthy Eating – to educate the children of the importance of eating a balanced diet. We decided to encourage children to eat more fruit and vegetables by promoting ‘Rainbow plates’ and the benefits of eating different coloured food. We have also planned to work closely with the kitchen to promote the new menu and encourage children to try plant based options on the menu.

  3. Marine – We have planned an eco- week, where we are going to look at how our waste affects marine life. We will focus on plastic pollution and what we can do to help our oceans.

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Our Aim
  • Our mission is to help make our school sustainable and to bring about behaviour change in young people and those connected to them so that good habits learned in schools are followed through into homes and communities.

  • What’s more, by addressing environmental issues in school and reducing waste, they'll save money, which can be reinvested elsewhere.

The role of the Eco-Committee

The Eco-Committee is tasked to:

  • Ensure that the whole school is aware of the Eco-Schools programme

  • Take the lead in carrying out the Environmental Review

  • Ensure that everyone in the school community is represented in the decision-making process (as far as possible)

  • Provide a link between pupils, teachers, senior management team, governors and the whole school community

  • Take the lead in delivering the Eco-Schools Action Plan

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Eco Class of the Week

We will be continuing to monitor our Eco class of the week. This will be awarded for the class who has been the most energy efficient (turning off lights, white board and computers)

Will it be your class? Well done to 4P, 4B & 2F for all their hard work saving energy.

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New Menu

The Eco Council met with Mrs McGlynn to discuss about the new menu. We have asked the children in school what they like about the new menu and how it can be improved. We particularly focused on the plant based options and the vegetables on offer.

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