Have a look at what our
are getting up to.
The Eco-Committee is led by Mrs Storrs and they meet at various times throughout the year.
Increasingly in the media, the impact of litter on our world is well published and as a school we want our children to gain an understanding of stewardship - 'Guardians of our World'.
Our Eco-committee has been working on a whole school audit this term to help us decide what our focus will be to improve our school and help our planet.
One of the main priorities was found to be litter in our grounds. So we have begun to draft a Litter Pick rota that we are hoping can include lots of the classes.
As our work has stopped for the time being we hope to meet as soon as we are back to school and really get our plans into action.
We have begun to put together our information board and have taken pictures of our members so the whole school and our visitors know who is taking part.
Hopefully we will have lots of pictures and information to share with you soon.
Until then, stay well!
Mrs Storrs xx
This week on wwf.org is
Biodiversity weekGo to the website at https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/love-nature/biodiversity for loads of information and activities to find out more about this VERY important topic
Did you know that 50% of the UKs food comes from overseas?
Much of the food you eat takes quite a journey to get to you!
Watch this short film about the journey that Fairtrade products take.
Click on the link or visit the Fairtrade website.
Notice to all members
Our Big Spring Clean which should have happened on 2nd April will now become The Autumn Sweep and will happen on Monday 5th October instead. We will do the sweep after school and of course there will be muffins and juice for the workers afterwards.
Look forward to seeing you there!