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We had a fantastic time clearing the pond and nature area. The Eco Committee filled the bird feeders, built a mini-beast home, composted the leaves and loved spotting the newts in the pond.

We have achieved all of our Eco goals and received our Green Flag!

We have been blessed with an amazing Eco-committee this year and they have embraced and enjoyed making our world a better, greener place! They were very enthusiastic to share their ideas about what we have accomplished...


"We loved working together and talking to

children from the other year groups.

We love helping the environment and persevering to

show how important it is to save the planet". 

Our Community Project...

We were very excited to support Norton Church in their Eco-Church project.  The children decorated bird boxes and created mini-beast homes from recycled materials.  They designed lots of ways in which we could attract wildlife to the church grounds and wrote a letter to Reverend Valentine.  She was delighted with our amazing ideas. 

Look at all the ways we are being Eco-Aware at our school...

We enjoyed our recent Eco-Committee meeting and designed a new Eco-Code! The bulbs we planted are starting to appear and lots of the children have noticed the Spring blossom.

Last term we enjoyed exploring the pond and can not wait to see which creatures appear this year as the weather improves.

In June, we enjoyed a Share Day with parents and children. In the 'Eco Extravaganza', we enjoyed different activities based on some key Eco-Schools areas.

We discussed why it is important to eat fruit and the benefits it can have on our body. We made fruit kebabs with oranges, melons, bananas and more!

We explored the school grounds searching for different aspects of nature. The reflective garden and the gazebo were great spots for exploration!