We are currently in the process of forming our new Eco Council for this academic year. Unfortunately, due to current restrictions, to avoid unnecessary mixing of groups, we are appointing representatives in just years four and five. We believe though, that every child should have an opportunity to contribute and this will be addressed in all year groups through our pupil virtual meetings.
Listening to the views of our children is at the heart of all of our work. We are focusing our work this year on the potential of three main initiatives:
Throughout the academic year we continued to work hard to ensure that we meet all of the criteria for an Eco-School. We used our action plan to make sure that the school uses less electricity, less single use plastic and more Fairtrade products in the kitchen. On the 26th January 2020 the Eco-School assessment took place. The Eco-Council talked to the assessor about everything that we were doing at our school, they also gave the assessor a tour of our school and spoke confidently about everything on our action plan. We are proud to announce that we successfully completed our sixth Eco-School assessment and achieved our Green Flag by demonstrating that we all care about our Earth. We have now proudly raised our new Eco-Flag and look forward to keeping up the excellent work.