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During PSHE lessons in year one, they have been learning about the importance of recycling and re-using. The children had to sort different objects into the right category.
In Eco club we have been learning how lucky we are to have clean water and ways to save water at home and school. We have been making posters in pairs.
Thank you very much to Mr. Barnes who came in and built us this amazing bug hotel! The children have filled it with various materials from outside to encourage more wildlife to our school grounds.
We worked as a team to weed the year 1 garden area to make it more accessible for us. We used gardening gloves, spades and trowels to help us pull put some very big weeds!
We have bought some new bird feeders to put around our nature area. We have filled them up with nuts, seeds, meal worms and fat balls.
We were very lucky to have some trees donated by a member of the salvation army to plant in our school. We have planted a number of hazel, rowan and crab apple trees in and around the school grounds. We hope that by growing these trees it will encourage lots more wildlife to our school! Thank you to Mr. Woods and Marie from the salvation army for helping us!
We have made posters about saving energy and why it is important for our environment. We have put up our posters around the school so everyone can see them
We were very proud to show the whole school what we have been doing in eco club and are now bronze award winners!
Check out our new display board for updates on what the Eco team are getting up to! The year 6’s have published their first newsletter about Eco club on the board.
we thought about what we are going to do to improve energy ,water and biodiversity in school. come and look at our action plans on the eco display.
we look at what we have done and what we could work on. we have chosen to work on energy ,water and biodiversity.
Welcome to our Eco Club page – we are the eco committee who are going to make a big difference helping our school become more environmentally friendly! Watch this space for updates.