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This week we are starting on our journey of becoming a greener school. We are registered on the 'ECO Schools' accreditation scheme and our ambition is to achieve the highest status of being awarded  a 'Green Flag'. There are many steps along the way but the first step is establishing a team of ECO ambassadors to highlight priorities and implement changes.

The above info-graphic shows the nine topics that we will focus on during our journey and we will do this through a process of 7 steps. They are as follows,

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With adult guidance this will be driven and implemented by the children. Voting for the ambassadors is on Friday 20th, so watch this space!

 

 

Trees, trees and more trees!

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At the end of March we took delivery of 420 tree whips from the Woodland Trust. We have been planting them around the school grounds to provide a better quality of air, shade in the summer, habitats for birds and a range of mini-beasts and to make the visual environment more appealing. We have made a new hedgerow to add to the existing hedgerow the school already has to hopefully encourage hedgehogs and provide Winter berries to help the birds through the colder months. We have planted a range of trees, including;

  • Oak
  • Silver and Downy Birch
  • Rowan
  • Holly
  • Blackthorn
  • Hawthorn
  • Dog Rose
  • Hazel
  • Goat Willow

It is the intention that everyone in school plants a whip and whilst we had a break over Easter, planting will resume on Friday for what is hopefully the final day!

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