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Be an Eco-champion this half-term â™ģī¸

Are you hoping to spend a little more time outdoors next week during half-term? 🤞đŸģ
Have you been enjoying “lockdown” walks/cycles/scoots in our tranquil countryside?  đŸšļ🚴đŸģ‍♀ī¸
Have you noticed how beautiful the world around us really is? ❤ī¸
Have you noticed that some people do not look after our surroundings and spoil them with litter? ☚ī¸
Can you make a difference even though you are only a tiny person? 🤔 
ABSOLUTELY 🤩
Mrs Black has a challenge for you đŸ’ĒđŸŧ
🚮 When you are out and about, dispose of your rubbish in a bin or bring it home with you. 
👀 Look out for litter - if you can, and it is safe to do so, can you pick it up? 
No matter how young you are, you can be the change our world needs to see! 😊 
You can send your photos of your litter warrior adventures to: 
📷 sblack620@c2kni.net 📷

Election Results: 

 

Chairperson: Holly

Vice-chairperson: Harry

Secretary: Ruben 

 

 

Term 1: Committee Meeting 1

Friday 20th November 2020 @ 2.25pm 

Agenda: Elect a Chair, Vice-chair and Secretary of the committee.

Eco-committee 2020/2021

 
"The Eco Schools programme consists of a growing community of schools throughout Europe who are committed to the continuous improvement of their local environment.  Most young people care deeply about environmental issues and wish to make a positive change in the environment around them. The Eco-Schools programme provides an ideal way for fostering environmental awareness in the entire school in a way that links to many curriculum subjects. The primary aim of the Eco-Schools programme is to educate and empower young people to make positive decisions and become change makers for an environmentally sustainable world."

Please see their website for further details. http://www.eco-schoolsni.org/cgi-bin/generic?instanceID=1

 

As schools develop their environment they are awarded bronze and silver certificates and Green Flag status.

 

Our school has recently elected a new Eco Committee consisting of eight Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils.  The committee, with the help of the whole school community, will work together towards achieving awards.

 

Keep following our page for updates on how we are getting on...

 

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