We are pleased to announce that our school has being awarded the Eco Schools Green Flag Award for the THIRD time! Our Eco Committee have worked extremely hard with Mrs Leyssens to make our school as green as it can be! To be awarded our Green Flag we had to monitor the amount of litter on the playground, look after our school grounds, reduce, re-use, re-cycle and save energy wherever we could. This is a fantastic achievement for our school and well done to the Eco Committee!
"Such a wonderful school with some really great work going on. The pupils are really enthusiastic and I loved the displays around school they are wonderful. The grounds are fantastic and being well used by teachers and pupils alike. You showcase all of the hard work you are doing (some of it without realising!). You can really see the difference all the changes have been making around the school. Well done everyone".
Recycling - Rag Bag Textile recycling scheme
We are pleased to be 'Rag Baggers' Collections taken 1st Monday of the month.
In response to the crisis in Ukraine the school community have been busy fundraising to send money to help those in need. Maple class have held a 'Teddy Tombola' while a group of year 6 girls have made sunflower brooches. Also for sale are friendship bracelet kits in the Ukrainian colours. We have so far raised around £500.
Tree Planting to celebrate the Queen's platinum Jubilee - Courtesy of the Woodland Trust
Forest School Taster Morning
Acorn Class Wildlife Area
Our New Recycling Points
We have new recycling points around school, for paper and plastic.
Wild Flower Meadow
We are hoping to attract bees and butterflies with our wild flower meadow
Powerdown Pete, energy saving & fuel poverty day
Years 3-5 took part in 'Powerdown Pete's ' workshops throughout they day looking at simple ways to save energy and how to keep warm during the Winter months.