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The girls, part of Gardening Club and the Green Guardians, made these signs and helped put them up. They are to remind children not to tread on the crocus bulbs which have been planted there. Well done girls – lovely signs!
Today, we held our Green Guardian meeting in the Outdoor Classroom. New members Caitlin, Abigail and Aleena were welcomed, I am sure they are going to be a valuable asset. Agenda * Green Flag Assessment * Data for energy * Bio digester * Eco network meetings * What do the children want? * How can children change more »
Report of the meeting
Now that the warmer, drier weather is here, the Green Guardians thought they would get out and about in the school grounds to improve the learning environment and put in place some things to aid parts of the curriculum, e.g. science. Today, we started with creating a stone pile habitat in the woodland walk area. Over more »
She’s 90, you know!
Ten excited children (and two adults) set off for an exciting day at Cerne Abbas village hall; to take part in workshops in celebration of achievements and to add to existing knowledge. The weather was set fair and we were all equipped with wasteless lunches, sturdy footwear and warm layers. Upon arrival, one, or two children from each more »
Link to newsletter
Sometime ago, Rag-bag were unable to continue with the collections of our textiles as it was no longer cost effective for them. However, another company has taken over the recycling banks and will continue to pay the same for the recycled goods as the previous company. Our bank has arrived in school. If you have any clothing, more »
Once a year, the Green Guardians (Eco-committee) form a new Action Plan. This follows a review of the Environmental Review by the members. The findings are then discussed and the Green Guardians decide upon which shall be the actions for the coming year. The following document is a copy of the Action Plan: