Clean Air Day Information
We have worked very hard to gain not only Bronze and Silver, but also our Green Flag status.
We would like to invite both pupils and members of staff the opportunity to get involved and have their say about all things Eco! We have some exciting plans for the future and we need your help.
Look out for posters inviting you to our next meeting.
We are gathering pens and other writing instruments that are no longer usable so that they can be recycled and made into new products such as watering cans, waste bins or even seating! There is a collection box outside Mr T's room, ready for you to put in any pens, highlighters, fountain pens, mechanical pencils, correction pens and correction fluids. Please see our helpful guide to help you understand what we are collecting.
Mr Barker and Mr Browne designed and built our very own plastic bottle greenhouse after we collected at total of 1500 bottles!
Work has begun on transforming our grass bank into a wildlife area, we are all very excited to see what it will look like.
A big thank you to:
The Big Lottery Fund for the grant to help us get our project of the ground.
Gerry from www.growseed.co.uk who heard about our idea to grow our own vegetables and has kindly supplied us with lots of amazing seeds.