We are the members of the Eco
Council for 2018-2019:
On the 16th of February, the whole school had a very special day to celebrate different types of birds. Pupils were given the opportunity to observe different birds that visit the school grounds, learn more about birds and make food for them.
On the 30th of March 2017, Year 5 & 6 pupils worked alongside the Police, local PCSO's and the council to carry out speed and seatbelt checks outside the school.
The Roads Policing Unit then stopped motorists who exceeded the speed limit, and were then offered the choice of a fine plus penalty points or the opportunity to speak to the children.
The ‘Bee Man’
On the 8th of June, 'The Bee Man' visited the school. The pupil of KS2 had a very interesting and informative morning learning about the process of making honey.
Thank you very much to those who helped collect for ‘Bag2school’ back in March. We collected 220kg, £88 to the school. Thank you once again from Miss Davies and the members of the eco council.
On Thursday May 11th, we had a whole school Eco day. All pupils had the opportunity to adorn the outdoor school environment through planting flowers and plants. Also pupils planted a variety of vegetables in order to eventually grow and eat their own produce. I would like to thank all that contributed generously to this day through donating plants and seeds. The weather was relatively dry and a good day was had by all.
We are a Fairtrade School