Friday 29th January
RSPB Birdwatch - click on this link to join in with the RSPB Birdwatch to help our environment,
International, Green Flag Award Eco School
Agenda December 2020
- Eco-Council video
- We are going to think about our name
- The blog
- Save Water signs
Minutes December 2020
- Present - Oliver, Maisie, Lizzie, Nathan, Ethan, Oriel
- Class 3 are drafting a script to video themselves for Class1 and 2 to watch so they know who our Eco Council are
- We decided to all ourselves an Eco-School we have yet to decide what to call ourselves.
- We will ask Mrs. Houghton to help us put up a display. We will get our classes involved in contributing to the display with art work.
- Parents to be informed of the new clothing bank. Mrs Houghton to take Class 2 and 3 reps to take photos of the clothing bank to upload to the blog.
- We will make new signs for saving water and recycling
Agenda for next meeting
- How shall we introduce ourselves to our School Governor
- Who will write the newsletter - can we link to the house newsletter
- Bugle and Blog articles to be looked at
One of the themes the Eco-Committee are going to be looking at over the coming months is Bio-Diversity and how we encourage this within our school grounds. To start thinking about this - have a look at what we found in our school playground during the summer. For those of you who don't know what it is - it is the Elephant Hawk Moth caterpillar.
Elephant Hawk Moth information - click here for more information.
In November, Class two children found a newt on the playground. To find out more about newts click here.
We are encouraging our school community to recycle and re-use clothing. The PTFA now have a permanent clothing bank in the Farm Yard car park. Here’s a list of things that you can and can't recycle in the clothing bank.
We are planning on organising a litter pick on the playing fields to help keep our community clean.