March 2018 - We have achieved our bronze Eco-School award status.
The children held their first Eco Club meeting on 13th February 2018.
Our eco-warriors will help to make sure each class is doing their bit to make our school eco-friendlier and staff have all planned to involve eco elements in the curriculum over the coming months.
This term we have taken part in the RSPB garden birdwatch, encouraging as many birds as possible by making and topping up our bird feeders.
As part of our science work on lifecycles in science we are hatching chicks in school, as well as keeping caterpillars to turn into butterflies, frogspawn and an ant colony. Watch this space for more updates on all the animals!
We have been carrying on our fantastic work in forest schools across the school; building dens, making wild art and building camp fires.
Blue 2 have been visiting Amerton Farm regularly to help work on the farm and learning how to care for the animals.
For our meeting we completed our audit of how eco-friendly our school is. We will look at the results and decide on some action points we want the school to work on over the next year.
Our topic themes we will focus on for the spring and summer term are Biodiversity, School Grounds and Water.
Eco School Audit:
We have an action plan for our school. Clink on the link below to see what we will be doing.