Our seventh Eco-Schools' Green Flag is flying outside the school
"The earth is what we all have in common."
We are delighted that we were informed of having achieved our seventh Green Flag Award on Earth Day - 22nd April 2021.
our Eco code
Our Eco-Code was revised in Summer 2021.
eco group news
We are submitting the self-assessment for our sixth Green Flag. Despite Lockdown, 2021 has been a year where we have remembered that to care for ourselves and others people, we must care also for our environment.
Meet the Eco-Council
Our Green Heart Warriors - in their own words
"Trees give us clean air and we're cutting them down for paper when we can recycle paper. By destroying trees we are just destroying ourselves." Imogen
"It is important to look after the environment because we are dependent on the plants, animals and the natural world." Sophie
"It's important to take care of the environment because litter can go into the sea and hurt fish." Kyle
"I would like to have more gardening activities." Lucas
"I want to help the environment" Cole
"Litter isn't the only thing harming the planet - it is us too!" Lexi
"I want to make the world a better place and for nature to run free." Harry
"Nature deserves to have peace and harmony and I want to fight for that." Jess
"Be useful and kind to the environment." Summer
"Our litter is harming the environment so must clean it up." Ryley
"Humans are overpopulated but if they don't throw around trash carelessly, other creatures will survive." Henry
"Never litter because animal will get stuck." Jessica
"We should plant more trees and compost our waste food." Noah
"We treat our environment kindly like we do our equipment." Holly
We must not litter because it will kill the animals." Josh
"I like to grow plants and look after them." Jacob
Green Flag @ Home
A national lockdown did not stop us caring for our environment - reducing, reusing, recycling, refusing and rotting for Planet Earth!