The Eco club has now reformed for this school year.
We have been working on our manifesto to enable us to progress and achieve the Silver Award.
This week in Eco club we have been making bird feeders in Christmas shapes.
We have been recycling plastic bottles to make a display for Remembrance Day.
We have come across a great new and easy way to raise funds for our school through recycling used ink cartridges.
We are working with a company called ‘Empties Please’. They collect and recycle used ink and toner cartridges the environmentally friendly way and will donate the money raised back to us!
It’s very simple. All we have to do is collect used ink cartridges and put them in our recycle bin.
‘Empties Please’ will collect the bin when it’s full and then donate money raised straight back to our school with a certificate to display in our reception area.
School Has been donated spring bulbs from Bulbs 4 schools and we have been planting them in the Peace Garden.
Thank you to Mr Highton who has cleared the beds ready for us to start planting.
The Big Battery Hunt We are still taking part in the Big Battery Hunt recycling challenge.
Under the supervision of an adult, we are asking pupils to collect as many used batteries as possible and bring them in to school.
There is a large recycling container for the batteries in the school entrance.T